Jim Lynch has written for many leading industry publications and sites over the years including PC Magazine, ExtremeTech, Computer Gaming World, Windows Sources, Salon, MSNBC, Forbes and many others. He's also served as community manager for ZiffNet, ZDNet, PCMag, ExtremeTech, The FamilyEducation Network, and MSN Games. Jim has been the producer of ITworld's open source news roundups, tips and helped readers as an answers expert.
When not writing he usually has his nose in a book or is busy with parrot slave duties for Xena: Warrior Parrot and Bilbo Baggins Bird. Both birds demand a high level of service from Jim. Otherwise he faces a barrage of outraged squawks, clicks and whistles from the avian tyrants until service becomes satisfactory again.
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Linux extremists owe Debian systemd maintainer an apology
by Jim Lynch
Systemd is the gift that just keeps on giving to the Linux community. Unfortunately, what it's giving is not what most of us want. It has spawned an unending stream of vitriol and attacks, and one systemd maintainer finally had enough and decided to resign. I've been aware of the systemd nastiness for quite a while...
Article: 844 Words
Trisquel 7.0 LTS Belenos review
by Jim Lynch
Trisquel is one of the few Linux distributions that really believes in providing users with free software. So if that matters to you then Trisquel should definitely be at the top of your list of desktop distributions. You won't find nonfree software in it, but you will find lots and lots of free software that will meet the needs of almost all desktop users.
Article: 1559 Words
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