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Morgan's Fans
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     7) MOS6510 
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     9) Neolander 
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Morgan's Recommendations
     1) NetBSD 8.0 released
     2) Slackware turns 25
     3) The State of Rust on Haiku
     4) The BeOS file system, an OS geek retrospective
     5) Should Microsoft separate Edge from Windows development?
     6) SUSE Linux sold in $2.5 billion deal
     7) RetroBSD: Unix for microcontrollers
     8) Looking for life on a flat earth
     9) Haiku May monthly activity report
     10) How to Android without Google
     11) Game Boy Camera Canon EF lens mount
     12) GrafX2: a bitmap paint program inspired by Deluxe Paint
     13) Rune - Haiku images on ARM
     14) Pie menus: a 30 year retrospective
     15) Tech giants hit by NSA spying slam encryption backdoors
     16) OLPC's $100 laptop was going to change the world
     17) OpenBSD 6.3 released
     18) LG releases webOS as open source again
     19) Antique BeOS Content by Scot Hacker
     20) Gemini is a tiny Android laptop with the spirit of Psion
     21) Haiku's first beta is possibly maybe not too far off
     22) HP, Asus announce first Windows 10 ARM PCs
     23) Google does not know multilingual people exist
     24) FCC releases final proposal to end net neutrality
     25) Scripting the Haiku GUI with 'hey'

Accepted Submissions (3)
     1) The shallowness of Google Translate (posted 2018-02-05 23:04:48)
     2) New VIA CPU/chipset might be a good alternative for Free OS fans (posted 2014-09-04 21:10:16)
     3) RealNetworks Destroys Man's Life for Linking to Real Alternative (posted 2011-08-26 22:06:14)

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