"I wanted to wrap up the general thread of the last three posts
I wrote regarding Linux in the law office, as from some of the
comments posted, I believe some of the points I had made were
unclear. The two most important things everyone must understand
are: 1) I support Linux and am rooting for its success in the
future. It has the potential of providing a huge return on
investment due to the overall cost of implementation, and many of
the applications written for Linux are just as good as their
Windows counterparts, while being written in more efficient, less
bloated, code; an 2) I am writing from the perspective of the solo
and small law office and what technology is available today that
will help us. I am a solo who formerly worked in small firms. I
have never worked for a large firm, and so I am writing about what
I know. Please take my posts in that context. That said, let me
comment on how I see Linux entering the law firm market..."
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