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    PCWorld Worth-to-read articles (or from other sites)

    Hello guys...

    I though it is good to start a thread like this one.

    If you know other good links to read, just post 'em here.

    You can also put your reactions here.

    1. 10 Potential Second Careers for Bill Gates http://www.pcworld.com/article/14703...ill_gates.html
    2, OS Smackdown: Linux vs. Mac OS X vs. Vista vs. XP http://www.pcworld.com/businesscente...sta_vs_xp.html
    ----->Reader's poll: http://www.computerworld.com/action/...eNumber=5#poll
    3. Firefox 3 Add-Ons: Five Must-Have Business-Friendly Tools http://www.pcworld.com/businesscente...dly_tools.html
    Last edited by Shippou; July 20th, 2008 at 04:32 AM.
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    Fixing Bug #1 doesn't mean becoming Bug #1. We need to improve Linux, not clone Windows.
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    Re: PCWorld Worth-to-read articles (or from other sites)

    Hi shippou. I love the first one. It's funny.
    I learn something ubuntu everyday.
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    1. Windows XP Departs: Good Riddance or Sad Farewell?http://www.pcworld.com/article/14761..._farewell.html
    2. The 15 Biggest Tech Disappointments of 2007
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/14058...s_of_2007.html
    3. Study: 80% of Businesses Have at Least One Mac
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/14764...t_one_mac.html
    Quote Originally Posted by ushimitsudoki View Post
    Fixing Bug #1 doesn't mean becoming Bug #1. We need to improve Linux, not clone Windows.
    Windows sucks. Linux rocks!
    Minsan, masaya rin kung hindi ka naiintindihan ng iba. Go multilinguals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ushimitsudoki View Post
    Fixing Bug #1 doesn't mean becoming Bug #1. We need to improve Linux, not clone Windows.
    Windows sucks. Linux rocks!
    Minsan, masaya rin kung hindi ka naiintindihan ng iba. Go multilinguals!

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    Re: PCWorld Worth-to-read articles (or from other sites)

    Another one:
    http://www.adequacy.org/stories/2001...2056.2147.html

    You'll find this link posted in many other posts too.

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    Nice one... although somewhat offensive... (the way it is written)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ushimitsudoki View Post
    Fixing Bug #1 doesn't mean becoming Bug #1. We need to improve Linux, not clone Windows.
    Windows sucks. Linux rocks!
    Minsan, masaya rin kung hindi ka naiintindihan ng iba. Go multilinguals!

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    Re: PCWorld Worth-to-read articles (or from other sites)

    LOL! I am using Opera on Linux.

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    1. When Installing Software Is Too Simple
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/14762...oo_simple.html

    2. Microsoft to Buy Mobile Software Maker MobiComp
    http://www.pcworld.com/businesscente..._mobicomp.html

    3. The ARDAgent Security Hole: What You Need to Know
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/14762...d_to_know.html

    4. New Top-level Domains Expected in 2009
    http://www.pcworld.com/businesscente...d_in_2009.html

    5. Is Ballmer Right for Microsoft -- for 10 More Years?
    http://www.pcworld.com/businesscente...ore_years.html

    6. The 10 funniest Mac vs. PC YouTube videos
    http://www.computerworld.com/action/...icleId=9063039
    Quote Originally Posted by ushimitsudoki View Post
    Fixing Bug #1 doesn't mean becoming Bug #1. We need to improve Linux, not clone Windows.
    Windows sucks. Linux rocks!
    Minsan, masaya rin kung hindi ka naiintindihan ng iba. Go multilinguals!

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    "Virtually all Linux word processor reviews and articles operate from the premise that Microsoft Word is the benchmark to measure Linux word processors by, and that the most important feature is compatibility with MS Word documents. I couldn't disagree more. Why hold ourselves to such a low standard? MS Word is buggy, lardy, malware-friendly and incompatible on purpose. It's not even compatible with previous versions of itself. To me it's a cruel, expensive joke, not a professional tool."

    - http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/ent...le.php/3715536
    Quote Originally Posted by ushimitsudoki View Post
    Fixing Bug #1 doesn't mean becoming Bug #1. We need to improve Linux, not clone Windows.
    Windows sucks. Linux rocks!
    Minsan, masaya rin kung hindi ka naiintindihan ng iba. Go multilinguals!

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    Re: PCWorld Worth-to-read articles (or from other sites)

    Quote Originally Posted by Shippou View Post
    "Virtually all Linux word processor reviews and articles operate from the premise that Microsoft Word is the benchmark to measure Linux word processors by, and that the most important feature is compatibility with MS Word documents. I couldn't disagree more. Why hold ourselves to such a low standard? MS Word is buggy, lardy, malware-friendly and incompatible on purpose. It's not even compatible with previous versions of itself. To me it's a cruel, expensive joke, not a professional tool."

    - http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/ent...le.php/3715536
    I don't usually use a word processor (why should I when there's Vim and HTML?), but Kword is my preferred tool when I need to.

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