Why The Linux Desktop Doesn’t Matter Anymore

For most people, most of the time, the answer is Windows or, given the prevalence of iPhones and iPads that seamlessly sync with the Mac OS X experience, the answer is increasingly Mac OS X. The answer is rarely, if ever, Linux.

Dan Kusnetzky offers a variety of reasons that Linux never took off in the enterprise, but for me, the real audience to analyze is the Valeries of the world.