Shifting focus

At its launch, the focus of this website was all about providing original and detailed tutorials and reviews on Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems, and posting news articles and commentaries related to free and open source software.

Starting today (November 13 2013), this focus has expanded. Yes, there will still be those detailed tutorials and reviews, but any technology-related news will also be covered, even if not related to free and open source software. There will be more coverage of hardware, including those on and about mobile computing devices.

This expanded focus means that there will be more content for you to read and enjoy. It will also bring a slight change in the way this website looks, so in the next week or two, you will notice a few changes in the way content is arranged, especially on the sidebar.

As always, your comments and suggestions are always welcome. If there’s something you want to see more of, just post a comment. In the very near future, I will be adding a modern discussion board to facilitate interaction on this website. The next few months will bring in fresh new stuff. Stay tuned!

 

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