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I've observed in the world noawadys, video games are definitely the latest rage with kids of all ages. There are occassions when it may be unattainable to drag the kids away from the games. If you want the best of both worlds, there are numerous educational games for kids. Good post.
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I don't really use Linux beuscae it's cheap or free I use it beuscae it's the right tool for the tasks I need to perform.About costs, people often neglect the  psychic costs' involved on this, in fact that's something every single Product Manager / Marketing Manager should always be aware, and in this case: psychic costs > monetary costs. So from my perspective changing to a hardware platform which works out of the box does help a lot even if I have to spend some €'s on it.And yes, KDE also runs fine on Intel, Unity probably as well  so looking in another way, everything does work out of the box  while it doesn't with ATI proprietary blob, or while I have temperature issues with open source drivers  Now I'm happy, it's worth every single €.

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I don't really use Linux beuscae it's cheap or free I use it beuscae it's the right tool for the tasks I need to perform.About costs, people often neglect the psychic costs' involved on this, in fact that's something every single Product Manager / Marketing Manager should always be aware, and in this case: psychic costs > monetary costs. So from my perspective changing to a hardware platform which works out of the box does help a lot even if I have to spend some €'s on it.And yes, KDE also runs fine on Intel, Unity probably as well so looking in another way, everything does work out of the box while it doesn't with ATI proprietary blob, or while I have temperature issues with open source drivers Now I'm happy, it's worth every single €.