I am still updating this blog, though not on a regular schedule… for this reason, I recommend following the RSS feed so you don’t miss any of the new articles. At the same time, I’ve been getting Penguinista.org back up and running, so most of my tech items will now appear over there instead. Head over there and poke around, subscribe to the feed, and watch for the Geek news over there. It’s still getting warmed up, and I am inviting contributors on that site that have an interest in Linux, Open Source Software, Internet culture. A side-effect of the move will allow this blog to remain more business/marketing focused. For the benefit of those who prefer not to have shorter items in their feed readers, I have moved my business link blog (which appears in the sidbar on the main blog site) onto its own RSS feed, so if you already subscribe to the RSS feed for this blog
CIO.com has published another article I’ve written, “Seven Financial Reasons to Use Linux in the Enterprise” â€” like the last one, it’s a point/counterpoint style of arrangement giving reasons to use or not use something. After I got raked over the coals for puppy-kicking last time, my editor said I’d earned a positive assignment. In other words, this time I’m defending the position I actually hold. The premise on this one is restricted to the enterprise (rather than small business) and focuses on financial reasons, both of which make sense given their audience.
Since I’m not on the dark side for this one,