The State of Personal Computing (Forty Years Later)

Hello All: I published a blog in Sept. 2021 entitled: “The State of Personal Computing (Forty Years Later)”. In that blog I talk about how personal computing has evolved from the early 1980s to today and how Linux plays a key role at making sure that freedom and ownership will continue to flourish. I’m not sure if it’s something worthy to have as an article in Fedora Magazine or not, but I figured I’d inquire. Do let me know your thoughts.

It’s especially timely given all the conversations and legislative discussions underway across the country nowadays as it applies to Right to Repair and Privacy.

It’s not a bad topic. But I don’t think we really want to replicate content from other blogs. Also, I think the readers are mostly interested in the actual software and “what’s new” rather than more philosophical content about the movement.

Thanks for the suggestion though. :slightly_smiling_face: