David Thornburg shared this message at TCEA 2006 in Austin, Texas on February 9, 2006, and generously gave me permission to share it as a podcast. The official session description was: This presentation shows the capabilities and challenges of Linux as an operating system for students and explores the likely evolution of this software.
Program Length: 39 min, 43 sec
File size: 10.8 MB
Show notes for this podcast include:
- The Thornburg Center
- My text notes of David’s presentation
- My open source social bookmarks
- My Linux social bookmarks
- Linspire Linux
- Indiana State Technology website
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