"Actually, as I've written several times before, we
don't need a "Year of the Linux Desktop," largely because the
applications that run on my Mac (and on your Windows PC) already
are Linux. Google, Amazon, and a huge swath of the Web are written
on to run remotely on Linux, then delivered to your
Mac/Windows/Linux PC. This fetish with Linux desktops is outdated.
"However, if you must persist in that fetish, I'd recommend
Andrew Min's approach: gaming."
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