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http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2380835,00.asp This week there was really slim pickings for articles, yet I believe that I finally found a good one. This article describes a new type of desktop that can be used in business and educational settings, with an operating system of Linux, for $59 per station. This can support up to 11 different work stations. Each station will require a client device, monitor, keyboard and a mouse and this new software. I was surprised to find that this article was quite efficient to explain this new, to me anyway, concept. http://www2.userful.com/products/userful-multiseat-linux I think that this will be something that really takes off in a major way. There are so many
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Unformatted text preview: schools that can really use this, schools that are located in lower income districts that do not have computers now. Small businesses that are reluctant to have computers for all their employees. While watching the video this really shows how this could be used in all schools. Making schoolwork easier, and especially more interactive, keeping students more involved. This is something that is up and coming, and can be used in all classrooms. I personally don’t know a whole lot about Linux, yet my oldest son, who is 20, won’t use anything else besides Linux he states that it is the best to use, and has the least errors, blue screens and viruses....
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course CSI 111 taught by Professor Lavoie during the Spring '09 term at Holyoke CC.

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