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Microsoft's Nightmare Scenario

sprocks Linux Nightmare Scenario (362 comments)

This is equally a problem for desktop Linux acceptance. As Linux pushes for the desktop, the desktop moves to the network ... no place for Linux to land if the desktop is gone. Of course, Linux might drive the lightweight access device but this is a far cry from Linux on the desktop.

about 9 years ago



sprocks sprocks writes  |  more than 7 years ago

sprocks writes "There are more and more RF transmitters around us every day. The chart shown in this article speculates at where the trend leads, showing the density of RF transmitters per square kilometer. At what point does the density push the transmitters inside the human body? Take a look at the article and find out."


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