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[vox] Article: Case studies show how to use Linux in the "realworld"
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[vox] Article: Case studies show how to use Linux in the "realworld"



Spotted this over at DesktopLinux.com:

  "Case studies show how to use Linux in the 'real world'"
  http://www.desktoplinux.com/news/NS7131779269.html

    "Stosberg's friends and colleagues that have successfully moved to
    Linux all report that open source affords them the ability to do
    all -- or more than -- they could using more expensive operating
    systems. New Linux users profiled include the "demanding Mac user,"
    and users who just needed low cost, easy to use, and no maintence
    systems. The case studies all address unique challenges and explore
    solutions available using open source."


The "Profiles of Linux Switchers" site that the DesktopLinux article
refers to is here:

  http://mark.stosberg.com/Tech/linux_switch/


-bill!
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