Linux vs. Unix, cleaning up data in the command line, 15 books for kids, and more must-reads

Our most popular reads last week included a comparison of Linux and Unix, an article on open source image recognition with Luminoth, and a how-to for dual-booting Linux and Windows. See what else readers were excited about May 21-27.
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Last week, an article on Linux vs. Unix was our most popular read. See what else readers were into:

  1. Linux vs. Unix: What's the difference?, by Phil Estes
  2. Advanced use of the less text file viewer in Linux, by Yedidyah Bar David
  3. How to clean up your data in the command line, by Bob Mesibov
  4. 15 books for kids whom (you want to) love Linux and open source, by Jen Wike Huger
  5. We're giving away a Linux-ready laptop from System76, by Alex Sanchez
  6. Open source image recognition with Luminoth, by Agustin Azzinnari
  7. An introduction to cryptography and public key infrastructure, by Alex Wood
  8. How to dual-boot Linux and Windows, by Jay LaCroix
  9. 4 Markdown-powered slide generators, by Scott Nesbitt
  10. How insecure is your router?, by Mike Bursell

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