While the $25 Raspberry Pi is turning a million
eyeballs, Canonical's incessant attempts at conquering
non-Ubuntuers don't seem to be working out as hoped or planned.
Even though Shuttleworth, Canonical's benevolent dictator, has
decided to go all out in order to reach his 200-million mark as
early as possible, the efforts are still visibly falling short. The
recent announcements including Ubuntu TV and Ubuntu for Android
have created some buzz among the non-Linuxiens, it's still nothing
compared to what Raspberry Pi has achieved in such a short span of
Not only has Raspberry given users an affordable computer, it
also has started a revolution like the iPad did with tablets. And,
instead of looking at TVs, tablets, and smartphones, this is the
model Ubuntu should look to emulate rather than running around in a
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