Friday, August 1, 2008



SILICON VALLEY – The rebellion commenced by the Linux Desktop Liberation Front, with backing from the Open Source Knights, of three summers ago have taken on another dimension – the GUI desktop feature. As of late, rebel forces have overrun the Windows Imperial Army of the Microsoft Empire where it is thought to hold a highly-impregnable fortress in the desktop graphics manipulation.

That 95% market share controlled by the hated Microsoft regime of late had been receding fast as they could count with their fingers as more and more oppressed areas that Windows ruled with an iron hand have been liberated by the advancing and victorious vanguard of the Linux forces, the Ubuntu Brigade, who epitomized the value of freedom.

Dell and Hewlett-Packard, for many years under the yoke of Windows levy and toll, changed loyalties and joined the Linux forces in a tactical alliance that would surely boost the integrity of Linux as a better alternative to the oppressive Windows imperial forces.

Below is a first-hand account of an eyewitness that captured on video the scenes of that great battle at the GUI desktop:

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