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It's Official: No More GNOME Desktop

The GNOME developers point out that their focus on the traditional desktop is a BAD thing. The plan is to turn GNOME into a mobile platform and eventually it's own mobile operating system. It's pretty clear, GNOME is abandoning the desktop computer.


By editor on 29 July 2012 |

.NET is Going Away

I've have been saying for years that anyone investing time, money, or skills in .NET was foolish.  I feel no sympathy for any .NET developer who will one day find themselves obsolete. 


By editor on 18 September 2011 |

The Failure that is Linux

Operating systems such as Ubuntu, RedHat, Fedora, Suse, Mint, or Centos can never replace a Windows or Macintosh system.  As much as I wish Linux was a serious operating system, it simply is untrue. 


By editor on 07 September 2011 |

HP

HP buying Compaq was HP's way of pushing it's self into the #1 spot.  Before that it was a race between Dell and Compaq.  Since Dell computers have always been low quality, I always suggested Compaq's.


By editor on 03 September 2011 |