Following up on the recent Linux desktop survey, Linus Torvalds has commented on the future of Linux and where it exists in the world today.

Linus highlights what he thinks are the key advantages Linux has over the Windows world, particularly in terms of versatility and future development. His stance on virtualization is interesting, not asserting it to be a huge strength in favor of one OS or another. Overall the point he tries to get across is that he sees Linux as an evolving tool, one that expands and adapts as the types of problems we throw at computers change. You can read the full two-page interview at Informationweek.