Linux Lunacy II: Keynote Gallery

For those of you who missed Doc Searls keynote speech on this year's Linux Lunacy cruise, here's the slideshow.
The Silent Majority:How Linux Got to Be Everywhere While Nobody Was Watching

A Keynote on Linux Lunacy II, a Geek Cruise, 22 October 2002, somewhere off Cozumel, Mexico

By Doc SearlsSenior Editor, Linux Journal

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The Silent Majority: How Linux Got to be Everywhere While Nobody was Watching

A Keynote on Linux Lunacy II, a Geek Cruise, 22 October 2002, somewhere off Cozumel, Mexico

Doc Searls (doc@ssc.com) is senior editor of Linux Journal.

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Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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Re: Linux Lunacy II: Keynote Gallery

Terry's picture

Hey Doc, how about a link to a single file with all the slides? I'd appreciate that.

Peace,

Terry.

Re: Linux Lunacy II: Keynote Gallery

Anonymous's picture

In my opinion, Linux offers an opportunity to lift the technological highground in this country, something that we need to keep in perspective as we nurture Linux. Surely something that offers the widest possible participation by all without any barriers whatsoever can't be that bad for any industry. In the end the technological landscape will be shaped by the technologies that are the most OPEN and towards that end Linux cannot be beat!

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