Linux Computing at MIT - page 5
From Red Line to Online
MIT has a thriving Linux community. Their support groups are efficient and encouraging. And they satisfy the needs of specialized research oriented applications with Athena. They are a model of how a university-sized Linux user community, can be managed.
As I took my seat on the subway, I noticed a clean-cut young man intently scanning a series of complicated equations in a workbook. There was no text and the guy looked like he was easily calculating the answers in his head.
I remember saying to myself, "Yup, this is MIT and I bet that guy has a Linux laptop in his backpack."
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