I've always been a debian user somehow.
Between November 12 and November 26, OLPC is offering a Give One Get One program in the United States and Canada. This is the first time the revolutionary XO laptop has been made available to the general public. For a donation of $399, one XO laptop will be sent to empower a child in a developing nation and one will be sent to the child in your life in recognition of your contribution. $200 of your donation is tax-deductible (your $399 donation minus the fair market value of the XO laptop you will be receiving).
I've been waiting to post something about Android since its release, but I wanted to have a working demo before saying anything about it. So here it is mister Sergey Brin presenting Google's open platform for mobiles to the World.
You can really the potential of this platform, even 3D graphics and games look great. But the best part is:
Now there no more excuses. You can official install debian GNU/Linux from Windows. Slashdot reports:
After a long process of review and polishing, the win32 loader from goodbye-microsoft.com has finally made its way to official Debian CDs. Latest daily builds of lenny (the development version) are including it, making starting Debian Installer as simple as just a few clicks (OGG). The win32-loader version, now based on GRUB 2, includes new features such as detection and pre-seeding of Windows settings, and is translated to 20 languages."