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____/ bbgruff on Friday 21 Oct 2011 17:03 : \____
> For a while now, our good friend Snit has been arguing that "The success of
> Android proves that advocates are wrong, and that Microsoft has *not* been
> responsible for keeping Linux off the desktop".
> My own feeling on that is the exact opposite - that Android has been selling
> on devices where Microsoft has little or no control over the OEMs, and with
> spectacular results, hence proving that Microsoft has and does affect by
> political means Linux uptake on the desktop.
> I won't try to summarize the following article - it's long-ish, but *well*
> worth reading!
I helped research for this article :-)
~~ Best of wishes
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