IS LINUX RIGHT FOR THE MARKETPLACE?
CAN LINUX DEVELOP AN OFFICE SUITE SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS?
IS THERE AN EASY WAY TO DO WORD PROCESSING ON LINUX?
Bradley J. Milton
I am trying to determine the potentials of Linux in Business. Linux is a newcomer to the operating system (OS) world, and it has the potential to being a great harbinger of change in the Business world. But paradoxically, due to its counter-cultural nature, it might be percieved as too radical to be adopted by Business, in which case Microsoft will win. I believe that it is too early to tell and that it is down to the wire. Which side will win? This is what I am struggling to determine.
One way for Linux to enter the future is by using and adopting a new system of icons. This will make it user-friendly. New animations and demos!
I have a revolutionary new idea for Linux and Deja.com (now GOOGLE.COM) where they can use MIDI to make the CLI interface more enjoyable to new users, which is important for busy executives. It might also help curb violence, if .MID's like the Beatles Rubber Soul are chosen. (Deja has a bug that does not let you insert with Lynx just yet.) I also think this .MID feature could be installed with a wizard.
The announcement of this fantastic opportunity.
For businessmen who might need Norton on their Linux: I understand that the system is so powerful, it actually might not need it. This is because of how the disk drives work with the filesystem (fs) software. The technical term is "e2fsck". If true, it is a revolutionary concept indeed!
Will Linux get a new term under the Bush Administration? Time will tell.
Note to executives: directories are different in Linux. Also, thoughts on command alias in Linux and human nature. (subversive)
Does anyone have experience with this site? What is your opinion? I was advised to look at it and I am curious what you think. Linux continues to get a beating by Micro$oft and I wonder if this could be the project that helps it succeed in the marketplace. Please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
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