EOF: 441 Reasons to Go Linux

HP's community center in Mogalakwena, South Africa, produced an industry first—a four-headed PC.
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A press release as a column?

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Thanks for this article, it was the tipping factor as to whether I would renew my LJ subscription. And that tip was to No. Including a press release from HP as an article? Written by HP no less? I believe the word Linux appeared exactly three times in the entire thing (not including the misleading title).

Shame on you LJ. Time to let you go. Tell Marcel I'll miss his column, he should move somewhere else.

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