Yes, that title made me jump back a step or two as well, but this article from the “Postcards From the Pug Bus” Website and its report from Redmond makes a strangely twisted kind of sense.
“Since Linux operating systems run on open-source code, anybody is free to adapt and use that code,” said Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. “Therefore, we took the things that Linux is good at, coming up with catchy names and creating a virus-resistant operating kernel, and combined them with things that Windows is good at, like recognizing common software applications and getting a printer to work, and voila—Windows Linux Ubuntu.”
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