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  • Everything Broke Today. So, How Was Your Day? (Apr 14, 2009, 22:55)
    Linux Today Blog: "This is a weird failure, something I have not experienced before. I came back from a break to find my Kubuntu system locked up hard. I power-cycled, and when it came back up the display was garbled, like this:"

  • Survey reveals pent-up demand for Windows 7 - and alternatives (Apr 14, 2009, 21:04)
    ZDNet: "A survey reveals that 84 percent of IT pros don't have plans to upgrade to Windows 7 in the next year and half of respondents are considering alternatives, but it pays to parse a few nuances."

  • 10 Straight forward but proven ways to harden your LAMP servers. (Apr 14, 2009, 17:04)
    l2admin: "8. If your using PHP in your LAMP stack then use Suhosin. It does break some code - but that's a good thing - it breaks bad code"

  • What Price Cool? Mac vs. PC (Apr 14, 2009, 13:34)
    PC Magazine: "I don't understand this incessant need to belittle everything that is not Microsoft. The company does it with products. And with the entire Open Source movement. And with people. And on every level. The only other company that engaged in this sort of juvenile behavior was Sun Microsystems when Scott McNealy was CEO."

  • Microsoft rep faces tough questions at Linux Summit (Apr 14, 2009, 12:34)
    ars Technica: "At the Linux Collaboration Summit, Microsoft platform strategist Sam Ramji faced some tough questions during a panel about operating systems. He argued that Microsoft doesn't oppose open source software and that collaboration with the open source software community represents an opportunity for Microsoft."