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IDC realized over a year ago that the Linux movement was imminent, and at that point in time decided to pull Linux out of the ubiquitous and otherwise ignored 'Other' category in operating environment reporting, ... The reasons IDC decided to treat Linux as it would any other operating system included the belief that Linux had potential to progress beyond its current state, demand-side studies that showed marked Linux usage in a number of industries, and customer demand for expanded Linux research.

IDC realized over a year ago that the Linux movement was imminent, and at that point in time decided to pull Linux out of the ubiquitous and otherwise ignored 'Other' category in operating environment reporting, ... The reasons IDC decided to treat Linux as it would any other operating system included the belief that Linux had potential to progress beyond its current state, demand-side studies that showed marked Linux usage in a number of industries, and customer demand for expanded Linux research.

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'The aim is to balance the terror of being alive with the wonder of being alive.' This caption from Carlos Castaneda is written across the bottom of a painting of a nude man, who balances precariously on an overhead beam. The caption could serve as the motto of much of Woody's work, both his figures and his landscapes. If his panoramic landscapes sweep away to a distant horizon and leave you with a heart-stopping sense of your own solitude, his nude figures expose the raw existential isolation at the very core of the human condition.

'The aim is to balance the terror of being alive with the wonder of being alive.' This caption from Carlos Castaneda is written across the bottom of a painting of a nude man, who balances precariously on an overhead beam. The caption could serve as the motto of much of Woody's work, both his figures and his landscapes. If his panoramic landscapes sweep away to a distant horizon and leave you with a heart-stopping sense of your own solitude, his nude figures expose the raw existential isolation at the very core of the human condition.

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