When asked if she was a PC or a Mac, the ultra glamorous pop star replied ï¿½Well you know, I'm neither into PCs or Macs, first of all. Secondly, I don't like either of them; it's like everybody uses them these days. I'm more into this thing called Ubuntu. Two months ago, a buddy of mine told me to use it to avoid getting hacked, and I've loved it since then. It's really fun to use!ï¿½
To another reporter asking if there was any particular reason for choosing Ubuntu, she responded, ï¿½I love Ubuntu because it's unique, it's so like me and my little monsters ï¿½ we're different, but we're awesome!ï¿½. Afterwards, when asked about her thoughts on the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) philosophy, she said ï¿½It's great when things are free. I think it kinda really helps people who can't buy computers on their own.. I'd love to see Apple doing something like that ï¿½ they make such great products but not everyone can buy themï¿½.
After this statement by Lady Gaga, a website has claimed that Ubuntu's desktop market share has shot up from 1 percent to 7 percent in just two days. Furthermore, due to a huge rise in traffic, Ubuntu's website suffered a downtime of about 8 hours on Tuesday. Ubuntu fans and developers are already enjoying this 'viral' popularity. ï¿½This is a giant leap for the Linux community, and we'll always be grateful to Lady Gaga for thatï¿½, said an overjoyed Jane Silber, who is the current CEO of Canonical.
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