It has been a while since I have written anything related to Linux. Today, I stumbled on this interview with Mark Shuttleworth, the man behind UBUNTU. I have been using nothing but Linux for a few years now. Probably the most important person to the rabip growth of Linux users is Mark Shuttleworth. When he created UBUNTU, and its family of Linux distributions, Linux finally started to become a feasible desktop platform.
All of the Linux distributors have had to look at their distributions and make them more user friendly to compete with UBUNTU. In the past, Linux could only be used by tech savvy people. UBUNTU is changing that.
If you watch this short interview, you will learn a little about the man who is causing Linux to be a force to be reckoned with by Microsoft and Apple.