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The Linux Foundation is launching a video contest and you can win yourself a trip to Tokyo next year to participate in the Linux Foundation Japan Linux Symposium Oct, 2009.

If you’ve been alive and aware of mass media over the last twelve months, you’ve probably seen television commercials from Apple and Microsoft touting their operating system. From Apple’s ubiquitous “I’m a Mac” to Jerry Seinfeld to Microsoft’s “I’m a PC” retort, operating system commercials have been flooding the airways. Except one OS has been notably absent — Linux.


You can upload your contest video here.

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Jim Zemlin is executive director of the Linux Foundation has posted some interesting information and very bold prediction about Linux desktop.

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Gates may be gone, but the walls and bars of proprietary software he helped create remain, for now — Richard Stallman.

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The guides are designed to give instructions and recommendations for securing Mac OS X and for maintaining a ultra secure computer system.

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