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The FreeBSD Project   

FreeBSD is an advanced computer operating system used to power modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms. A large community has continually developed it for more than thirty years. Its advanced networking, security, and storage features have made FreeBSD the platform of choice for many of the busiest web sites and most pervasive embedded networking and storage devices.

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Published on August 26, 2016 by James Calkins  --  Revised on August 27, 2016
Web Literacy and a framework for entry-level web literacy & 21st Century skills   

Mozilla's framework for students and teachers responsible for developing 21st Century Technology Skills

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Published on August 26, 2016 by James Calkins
11 Reasons Linux Sucks   

A few days ago I talked about why you should try Linux. Today, to the chagrin of Linux fanboys everywhere, I will explore the other side of the issue with 11 reasons the average desktop user would want to avoid Linux.

So here we go! In no particular order, here are 11 reasons Linux sucks.

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Published on August 26, 2016 by James Calkins
Linux 2017 and The Road to Hell   

Also known as a really good song by Chris Rea. Also known as, ladies and gentlemen, I am terrified. What will become of Linux in 2017? Will it even boot? Now, now, please, relax. I am not trying to be an attention person of fiscally questionably nature. I am just trying to share my fears with you.

And I'm also a man of science. Of numbers. The way I move through space with minimum waste and maximum joy is all about mathematical probabilities. I look at things happening around me and try to extrapolate what they will be like in the future. I seek patterns in the numbers, and what I see ain't pretty. Linux is slowly killing itself.

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Published on August 26, 2016 by James Calkins  --  Revised on August 26, 2016
The one big reason to switch to Windows 10: Security   

Security is a mess. Windows 10 offers promising solutions -- with features based on Hyper-V that will fundamentally change enterprise security

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Published on August 25, 2016 by James Calkins
A Linux-powered world   

There is no longer any denying that Linux has, in many ways, achieved world domination. On the web, it powers more than 95 percent of the top 1 million domains. Most of the world's financial markets run it, and so do 98 percent of the top 500 fastest supercomputers. More than 75 percent of cloud-enabled enterprises say it's their primary cloud platform. And for its next trick? Linux is already being used in space, so it will surely find new challenges to tackle on the final frontier.

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Published on August 25, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
Linux at 25: How Linux changed the world   

A devoted practitioner offers an eyewitness account of the rise of Linux and the open source movement, plus analysis of where Linux is taking us now

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Published on August 25, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
Linux at 25: Linus Torvalds on the evolution and future of Linux   

The creator of Linux talks in depth about the kernel, community, and how computing will change in the years ahead

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Published on August 25, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
The essential 2016 back-to-school technology shopping guide   

The end of August is approaching, signaling the end of summer vacation for many students around the USA. This is the time when those learners, and -- depending on student age -- their parents, begin shopping for back-to-school items.

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Published on August 25, 2016 by James Calkins
Linux celebrates its 25th birthday today! But can it survive another 25 years?   

Today, Linux celebrates its 25th birthday. This is certainly cause for celebration in the open source community. Surprisingly, however, after all this time, many people don't understand that Linux is simply a kernel, and not an operating system. Yes, it is used as a component of operating systems, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Android, Tizen, and more, but a kernel alone does not an OS make.

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Published on August 25, 2016 by James Calkins  --  Revised on August 25, 2016
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