Thoughts From The Future Of Linux
Linux Journal, April 12th, 2019
April 12, 2019,
Volume 253, Issue 2

"By technology standards, I'm an old man. I remember when 3.5" floppies became common ("Wow! 1.44MB! These little things hold so much data!"). My childhood hero was Matthew Broderick war-dialing local numbers with his 300-baud modem. I dreamed of, one day, owning a 386 with more than 640k of RAM. At the pace that computing moves forward, I'm practically a fossil. So, if you were to ask me, "What is the best way to encourage kids, today, to get into open source?" Well, I honestly haven't a clue.

So, 'What do kids want to do with Linux?' And, 'Where will the next generation take open-source computing?'..."

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