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Barack Obama’s transitional website, change.gov, just change it’s website licensing to a Creative Commons Attribution v3 license from the previous “All rights reserved.”
I was one of several people that downloaded the crossover office and crossover games installers when they had their free download day. They installed very easily on my Fedora 9 laptop and worked pretty well. Today however, I attempted the same installers on my x86_64 Fedora 10 machine and it took some research and work to get it going.
Even as more and more legitimate software vendors (especially linux distributions) are using Peer to Peer to transfer their bits through the tubes, providers are trying to restrict it.
The new numbers suggest malware threats on Microsoft are up 43% this year. If this trend continues, maybe people will pay more attention to this. It should already be cumbersome that Windows machines already have a need to keep anti-virus software running, which is a major drag on performance.