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Whatever you might want to say about Microsoft calling Silverlight "crossplatform" and not making a version for Linux, you have to give them credit for what they did leading up to Obama's inauguraiton.
That endings happen on a regular basis is nothing new; we see evidence of change and chaos every day. We just don't like to talk about it. Endings can make us jumpy, sad, angry. Who likes saying goodbye to a visiting friend, or watch the last game of the season?
"Militant, user, sympathiser, curious people of the software, of the culture and of the open art, this letter addresses to you. [...] We are Ralamax Prod, we have already produced and distributed some films under free licenses [...] and we have today a project of feature film : Varsovie-Express. Consider from now this film like a travel.
Blender third open movie project, code-named "Durian" is ramping up to production, and time is running out for the pre-sale campaign if you want to get your spot in the credits. This time the project is focusing on an adolescent audience with an epic-fantasy setting and a female protagonist (my son aptly dubbed this the "Chicks in Chainmail" genre).
So you use that web browser to fill the application for a credit card at Citibank, and finally receive it. But when you start using that credit card and want to check you card usage on-line, the system won't work when accessed with Linux. That's exactly what has got Linux users furious at the banking giant.