Anytown, USA, Feb. 16, 2021 -- The latest installment of the popular, annual "Linux Sucks" video series has been released by handsome, Linux luminary Bryan Lunduke.
"The end of Linux is nigh," bellowed Lunduke, handsomely, perched on his soapbox at the corner of Main Street and 6th Avenue. "Linux is doomed. Doomed, I say! Doooooomed!"
Viewed by millions of Linux users, around the globe, the "Linux Sucks" series dominates the "Boring Slideshows Presented at Linux Conferences" category of videos. With the 2021 installment not being available on YouTube, instead distributed exclusively via the Odysee video platform.
"Because," explained Lunduke, authoritatively, "YouTube is stupid."
"I've used Linux for years on servers," said Chis Titus, popular and consistently correct Internet Personality. "Then I watched Linux Sucks and it made me realize that there are people who use Linux as a Desktop. Huh. Weird."
"We're honored to have this year's 'End of Linux' edition of Linux Sucks available exclusively via LBRY and Odysee," stated Jeremy Kauffman, CEO of LBRY. "This is, apparently, the first year in over a decade that is NOT The Year of the Linux Desktop."
Linux Sucks 2021 can be watched, DRM-Free and YouTube-Free, via Odysee:
Former Deputy Editor for Linux Journal magazine, former Linux marketing Executive, and former Technology Executive, Lunduke has a lot of "Formerly"'s in his bio.
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