Seriously, those of us who can install an operating system are hardly scared by "moving to a desktop environment like GNOME or Unity can be confusing and scary (from TFA)." Those of us who are scared by such a monstrous change in paradigm will never be able to install an OS, or understand that an OS is not part of the laptop, for what matters.
Either these guys manage to get their stuff preinstalled on some decent PCs, and I wish them the best luck possible, or I hardly see some hacker giving them 15 bucks for the privilege of a macosx-inspired theme, 20 crappy games and video wallpapers (I may give them some money to NOT have video wallpapers).
Redhat's success really has little to do with open source, other than they could take advantage of the fact that someone else created the Linux kernel for them and they could build on that.
Who funds Linux development? RedHat: 11.2%
Yep. My response was "FUCK NO!!", and yes they kept pestering me for months. I never gave them a damn thing.
Lucky you, they just terminated my G+ account after a couple weeks of pestering (and at the time you could not use a lot of services without G+), but now G+ is dead, and Vic Gundotra has been fired while I'm still alive and I still have my job.
There are never any bugs you haven't found yet.