Stew's November Bookmarks

11/2017 Linux Links

Linux Mint: Inside the Top Linux Distro
Monthly News – October 2017 – The Linux Mint Blog
How to Install Linux Mint - Datamation
No KDEing! Linux Mint is Killing its KDE Edition
Should You Use Linux Mint's Debian or Standard Edition? - Datamation
Ubuntu Desktops Compared - Datamation
Ubuntu Linux will never be the same after version 17.10 | ZDNet
10 Best Lightweight Linux Distributions For Older Computers In 2017
Install Linux to Save Space! These Tiny Linux Distros Are Super Small
Watch Sling TV With Firefox On Linux - LinuxConfig.org
I No Longer Hate Microsoft | FOSS Force
SCO, the Not-Walking Dead, Returns | FOSS Force
Google invests in Neverware, a startup that’s turning dead PCs into Chromebooks - The Verge
Install Full Native Standalone Linux on any Chromebook (ElementaryOS) | Code Donut

11/2017 Tinkerer Links

Want a more powerful Raspberry Pi? Choose from these 20 alternatives - TechRepublic
Give old electronics new life with Linux and Raspberry Pi | Opensource.com
RaspAnd Brings Android 7.1.2 Nougat to Your Raspberry Pi 3 with GAPPS, Kodi 18.0
Smallest, cheapest Banana Pi yet ships for $23
How to Install LineageOS on Raspberry Pi - Make Tech Easier
Termux - Run Linux On Android Devices, No Rooting Required! - OSTechNix
The Pinebook 64 is a $100 Laptop That Isn't Actually Terrible (Review and Giveaway)
Cord Cutting Only Sucks If You’re Trying to Replicate Cable
The cord cutting pushback has begun. Wired, The LA Times and even my own colleagues have all argued that cutting the cord is starting to lose its luster, and that as more companies break off into their own streaming services (instead of putting their content up on Netflix), cord cutting will soon be just as expensive as cable.