Linux on Netbooks - ALIVE and WELL!

Doing my part to bring out the truth about Linux on the Netbook.

There's been a lot of buzz lately about netbooks, and many sources out there have not done their due diligence to debunk the myth of "Linux is Dead on the Netbook". C'mon people, don't just jump on the bandwagon and repeat the marketing spew, do some research and tell the truth!

The real problem is that the vendors who are selling Linux on Netbooks are being mum about it, and so there's not much spoken proof of the true figures of Linux Netbook sells.

Well here's what I say: "Linux IS NOT DEAD on the Netbook!". Why do I believe this? Well, simply have a look at the screen-shots I captured TODAY(07-11-2009) at Dell, HP, and Target websites. Yep, every one of them provides a Linux netbook option. Now why would these prominnet computer sellers (and Target) be offering a "Dead" netbook? Doesn't make much sense does it. Here's a hint, because it sells!






Oh and guess what I saw when I went to the nearby Target store in Factoria(Seattle), WA this past Friday - Yep, you guessed it, the Linux version of the Asus EePc, sitting right there on the shelf.




So technology reporters out there... How about we skip all the predatory Marketing and Sales tactics, and start doing some real research before reporting on technology!

If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below.

Shannon VanWagner
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