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Kennedy Projects Launches TodaysLinux.com
Offering Linux discussion, groups and news.
Dublin, PA, April 2nd, 2010 - Kennedy Projects, umbrella of Rob Kennedy who
has had his hand in Linux one way or another for the past 15 years has
announced the launch of TodaysLinux.com; a Linux forum offering discussion
on an infinite number of topics chosen by the users under various sections
throughout the site. It also offers a group section for those wanting to
create their own Linux User Groups (LUGs) based on location, distribution
or any other category along with news feeds from around the Internet.
The name of the website - TodaysLinux.com - comes from the idea that Linux
is different now compared to the mid-late 90s when most Linux users were
more like hardcore power users who would promote Linux where ever they
could! While there were a lot of us, we were few compared to the Windows
users out there - we'd try to convert you though if we could! There were 5
or so main distributions to choose from - and most Linux users had heard of
some of the smaller distributions out there..
That's all changed. Today's Linux is different than yesterday's.. the
users span from those same power users to parents and kids. Most people
could use Linux without any questions or issues. The auto dealership I
work for has 6 Ubuntu desktop installations set up and there's all
different types of people on them throughout the day not even aware that
they're using Linux. That didn't happen though without people helping out
- TodaysLinux.com is a place where you can help those that need it - and
ask questions about things you don't know about yet.
Let's help Linux to grow further - Join TodaysLinux.com today and introduce
About Kennedy Projects & Rob Kennedy
Rob Kennedy started Kennedy Projects in 2005 to house the different
projects he worked on - from Linux consulting to personal projects. Rob
started using Linux in 1996. He started and was involved in number of
popular Linux web sites back then including linux-howto.com.
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