Fwd: [SATLUG] Google Voice details...

Christopher Lemire christopher.lemire at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 21:30:38 CDT 2009

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From: Cheryl Holmes
Date: Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 10:59 PM
Subject: [SATLUG] Google Voice details...
To: The San Antonio Linux User's Group Mailing List

A friend called me using this tonight and the connection was
awesome...waiting for my "invite" so I can sign up...

In case anyone is interested...cheryl


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Say Good Bye to Magic Jack (who claimed they would support Linux years
ago, and it still hasn't happened). Google is wiping out the M$
competition by making everything free and using and promoting Linux.

Also has anyone seen these Linux laptops popping up everywhere to non
tech users. They are extremely user friend to the point where the only
way I could find to get to the command line was to change the GDM
session to Failsafe terminal. I've seen 3 people with these all in a
week. 2 were the Alfa 400 and the other was an HP Mini Mi Edition,
both based off Ubuntu, but customizing it and renaming it as their own
is not giving credit to the open source developers who worked hard to
bring that to the community free and others make a profit from it.
Still, more and more users are moving away from m$, and I now see the
possibility of Linux taking over the desktop. I just hate to see Linux
commercialism. I don't know if that would happen.

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