The GNU Project is a free software, mass collaboration project, announced on 27 September 1983, by Richard Stallman at MIT. Its aim is to give computer users freedom and control in their use of their computers and computing devices.
I’ve been reading your wordpress posts and wish to inform you and everyone that my GNU-Linux distro blocks and have difficulty accepting programming code and scripts that spy/redirect/alter my web-browser.
That means, I can’t comment and can’t click the like buttons on your posts – I say this for you to know I see your great posts, even if you have not heard from me recently.
Now, you know about the digital battlefield
Today I feel much more strongly that focusing on “Free”, as in Freedom, is vitally important. Thus, CopyLeft, GNU, LibrePlanet, and the concept of free source resonates with truth seekers’ increased awareness in the freedom movement. I wish to share…
Hopefully new start up companies and existing small companies will leap on this opportunity.
More competition to the mega-corps is a good development, and alternatives to the current financial hegemony is a necessity.
Rediscovering FREEDOM and PERSONAL SOVEREIGNTY