I thought I would share some details about the setup I have in my office. I’ve found that this configuration gives me the most flexibility while allowing me to be very productive. My main computer is a Thinkpad T43 notebook. It runs Kubuntu Fiesty Fawn (Kubuntu is a version of Ubuntu that uses the KDE […]
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SWON Libraries’ Technology Interest Group has a post about a series of Edubuntu tutorials from Greene County Public Library in Xenia, Ohio. The videos are really well done. If you are thinking about trying Edubuntu or even if you’ve never heard of it, watch the videos and learn how it can be used in your […]
A school district in central Ohio will spend the next few years moving all of its desktop computers to Linux. They expect to save over $400K by going with Linux over Windows XP/Vista.
Over at All about Linux, I found a story on The Complete Concise History of GNU/Linux. It’s a neat summary on the history of Linux and a who’s who of open source and free software. It’s not the best looking group of people you’ll ever see, but Linux wouldn’t be here today without them. Libraries […]