I just watched Jono's talk from SCALE  entitled "Ubuntu: The Past, Present, and Future."
It's really quite an interesting talk, so I'm recommending it to you, my dear readers. I think he did a great job describing the key moments in Ubuntu's history. (Click image to view.)
Towards the end of the talk, Jono makes some startling predictions. Do you agree with them?
 Just why people insist on naming a conference after a kernel still baffles and disappoints me. Do we name car shows after carburetors? Didn't think so. ;)