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"Dirk Hohndel, chief open source and Linux technologist for Intel, addressed OSCON 2009, an annual convention of open source developers, and said it was a re-architecting of the Linux start up process that gave the netbook one of its most desirable characteristics.
"We know, after all, that we're an instant gratification society," he told about 1,000 attendees gathered at the San Jose Convention Center Wednesday. "If it's more than 15 seconds No one wants to wait until they can do something.
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