Computerworld: Linux growth snowballs as big boys join the throng

The article will appear on this months cover of idg’s
Computerworld (Australia) magazine

“The tall poppy syndrome could well be to blame for the rise and
rise of Linux, which has also become the darling of the open source
code movement. While it once was said that Unix would be the
biggest threat to Microsoft’s ownership of the desktop, the same
people are now saying Linux could take that role.”

“Ellen Cresswell and Laura Mason in Australia, and in the US,
spoke to Linux users for an update on the market’s view”

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