Monthly Archives: November 2010

What will we buy?

Americans today celebrate “Black Friday.” Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, most workers have this day off so they head to the shops to spend their Christmas giving money. The outcome of the bet that kicked off this blog: “Microsoft will … Continue reading

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The desktop market share

Regular readers of this blog, whatwillweuse.com, know that we have been trying to track the desktop market share. We endorse W3Conter’s no-cost analytic service and their market share reports. As of October 31, according to w3counter: Microsoft Windows holds 79.69% … Continue reading

Posted in Browser, Linux, Microsoft, Monthly Reports, RedHat, this blog, Windows | 16 Comments

Share the Knowledge with Freedom: Partimus

How do we learn? When I was in elementary school, the method of work submission was a notebook and a standard number two pencil. Handwriting, not computing, was a daily class. A teacher told me once that the pencil was … Continue reading

Posted in Linux, Microsoft, Office Suite, Windows | 1 Comment

Intro Post for for Fedora Planet

This is my first post to Fedora Planet. Content about the Fedora party at LISA to follow soon. Be the first to like. Like Unlike

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Freedom Friends Features First Fedora 14

In celebration of the release of Fedora 14, Fedora FriendsĀ  will throw a party as a Birds-of-a-Feather session in cooperation with USENIX’s Large Installation System Administrators conference. *YOU* are invited… The Fedora Project will host a Fedora 14 Release Party … Continue reading

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