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  • Tony Mobily has written a thought-provoking editorial for Free Software Magazine that makes the bold prediction of Red Hat's eventual demise at the hands of Mark Shuttleworth and Ubuntu. Calling on memories of Red Hat alienating their desktop user base to focus on their corporate customers and making money, Mobily states that many of those alienated desktop users are also system administrators who now feel more comfortable with Ubuntu and will make the choice to use Ubuntu Server over Red Hat now and in the future.

    Ubuntu is this sort of, um..erm...how do you say, Fad? Yes a Fad indeed. Fads come and go. Ubuntu is huge with like 20 different versions. A company (Canonica) with money to back it up. And a Billboard.

    Fact of the matter is, Ubuntu is as overrated as Basic Instict 2. It has a look, one i have seen before. Ah yes, Fedora. Python based as well? Interesting. Gnome. (well I guess there are not to many choices there.) Debain based and updates two times a year. Well see how long that last since Debain took two years. Ubuntu will suelry follow and not lead and branch out into its own based on what it has, as shall we say Mempis?

    While it may have its perks and trendy coming. It will surely die out and have just a average base of people using it in a year or so. This whole "Im gonna take out Redhat" stuff is garbage. Redhat is Linux Redhat is what people pay $10,000+ for to make sure there server is secure. not the "and we dont charge extra for 'Enterprise Edtion' eiter". Well that is cuase you can not guarntee what Redhat can, thuis make you moted already in the race to take out Redhat so early in your young career.

    A billboard will only get you so far in this day and age when even a Google Ad is ignored, a Billboard may still be standing in your way to force you to look, but that just fuels the fire of dislike of it in the first place

    another day. another search engine. seems like one pops up everyday trying to bank in on what Google has acheived. Billions. That is right. while most you would think are trying to rival its search capability, they are really just trying to create advertising space so they can make some money. Few actually try to rival Google in its hope to provide great and reliable search engine. Krugle is one. While Google has some extra specific search features (you can check out by cliking "more.." on the hompage), Krugle is for developers. Letting you search millions of pages of code for your projects or research. Similar sites have been around (i.e., Koders.com) but the type of search and support you gt form Krugle is second to none. With also having a Tech search you kind find all kinds of techincal info as well as code. With forums for your qquestions and quick response times Krugle is leading the way to being the leder in Tech/Code search. So with compitetion for the number one code search is still up for grabs in a early stage of this kinda search engine, Krugle has my vote for sure.

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