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Old 08-08-2011, 10:00 PM   #1
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LXer: TLWIR 12: Libreoffice 3.4.2, NASA, and the Asus X101


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This week’s edition of The Linux Week in Review maintains a focus on one of the core principles of success: keeping it simple and stupid. Every situation does not call for us to have a PhD in computer science, or Bill Gates’ bank account. Often times, simple is better. Libreoffice can perform what most businesses need at a great price: free. NASA recently decided to, in the vernacular of the streets, keep it real by ditching expensive proprietary solutions, coming back to Earth, and embracing free software. Asus decided to leave ostentatious excess behind, and instead introduced its low-profile, but elegant, X101.

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