Ten Reasons Why I Use Linux, and Ten Reasons Why You Shouldn't


Have you been itching to break free of Windows? Do you secretly worry that there might be something better than your Macintosh? Have you been wondering why some people have a penguin tattooed on their foreheads?

I’ve been using Linux for eight years now, and, though the penguin tattoo is a temporary one that appears only on April 1st, I can’t conceive of life without Linux. But is it for you? I’ll take an irreverent look at the operating system I love, and give you ten good reasons why it probably isn’t.

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky

Affiliation Computer Measurement Group, ACM, Honourary Canadian
Website http://twitter.com/znmeb

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky is, in order of appearance, a boy genius, computer programmer, applied mathematician, folk singer, actor, professional graduate student, armchair astronaut, supercomputer programmer, performance engineer, Meta-NLP and Neuro-Semantics Master Practitioner and Trainer, Sales Coach, Linux geek and Wise Old Man. His hobby is collecting hobbies.