Goofy Anti-Linux Story Repurposed With Scarier Title
Jan 23, 2010, 02:03 (17 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Carla Schroder)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Installing Firefox 3.6 on Linux: Only Pros Need Apply
"If you want to upgrade Firefox on Linux, you'll be in a world
of pain unless you're a very experienced Linux user.
"Looking to upgrade to Firefox 3.6? On Windows and the Mac, you
don't need to do much more than download a file, perform a few
clicks, and you're done. But for the moment, if you want to upgrade
it on Linux, you'll be in a world of pain unless you're a very
experienced Linux user. It's one more piece of evidence that Linux
needs plenty of help if it wants to crack the mass market."
With all the wonderful, cool advances in high tech, just how
devoid of curiosity, imagination, and knowledge does a person have
to be to publish silly crud like this? Is it really that hard to
find something interesting, true, and useful to write about?
Something of actual substance and value? And to think I was feeling
happy about PC World publishing more Linux stories--ed