Renard’s Thoughts On POP!_OS

I will begin by saying, “When one has seen the light with Arch Linux, it is hard to go back to using mediocre operating systems.”

However, there are those moments when I briefly step away from my heavenly Arch Linux and plunge deeply into the depths of hell.

And, why is it that a sane Linux user like myself would do such a thing?

I do it with the intention of finding out more about the operating system that I intend on reviewing (And, that requires leaving my comfort zone).

Today, I chose to venture into the world of POP!_OS (And, you can bet your last dollar that I am going to tell you all about it).

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Farewell Alexa

Whenever someone mentions the word, “Alexa,” the first thing that usually comes to mind is the virtual assistant by the same name (Fans of Amazon Alexa can rest assured knowing that it is not going anywhere any time soon).

The Alexa that I am referring to is Alexa Internet; which is also a subsidiary of Amazon.

Alexa Internet was founded twenty-five years ago (Amazon will be retiring this particular service on Sunday the 1st of May, 2022).

The biggest irony is that the folks over at Amazon did not provide the users of Alexa Internet with a reason for ending the service in May of next year (They claimed that they made the difficult decision to end it on the date that was mentioned in this blog post).

Being a technology enthusiast, I have some theories as to why Amazon Internet is coming to an end.

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