December Will be an "Ode to Open Source"

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All of next month on The Thoughts Bubble will be an ode to open source. 31 days of open source goodness! :)

We will go on a journey through the wonderful world of open source and trace it from it’s humble beginnings to it’s modern amazing potential.

Come along for the ride, starting tomorrow! Hopefully you will be inspired, awed, amazed… And If not completely switch to Linux, at least try some open source software for your Mac or PC.

Also, today marks the last day to vote for the kindle contest. I want to thank all of the participants for their submissions and tomorrow a winner will be announced :).

Come back soon for more contests at The Thoughts Bubble… :) The next contest will be coming soon and shift away from writing to another aspect of creativity… Something musical maybe? Perhaps you may even use some of the software that I feature next month to create your submission!

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