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Excerpt from the GNU Manifesto:
'' I consider that the golden rule requires that if I like a program I must share it with other people who like it. Software sellers want to divide the users and conquer them, making each user agree not to share with others. I refuse to break solidarity with other users in this way. I cannot in good ...
Some music while you read:
James Blunt and Rap. Yup. That's my eccentric tastes for ya.
So as you may have noticed, this isn't episode 5. That time of year. Christmas, work, family troubles, and
A Partridge in a Pear Tree. Good news? The man Pages got a little jump start. Going over the details with the ...
Good morning (or afternoon for you morning people)!
Some music for you while you read my post. This is one of my favorite Tango songs: Gotan Project - Santa Maria (Del Buen Ayre):
I figure it's been some time since I've posted up an update post. Let's see here....
I've been getting positive feedback on my new series, The ...
The column.... working on it. I'll leave it at that. Should have most of my material over the weekend.
So I got a PM from some one who want to get into Linux, and wanted to learn it. I was thinking of coming out with a post series for those who want to get into Linux. Steps from picking the right distro for you to how it's different from Windows, ...
I believe that they have a monopolistic way of doing things. I don't
think it makes a difference if they have open source code in their
software or not. The big thing is that they sell an operating system.
Not just that, but the fact that they do so while also selling software
that only works on their operating system. I know that they have ...
I'm new at all this computer and internet stuff, even though I have been in the Computer Hardware Industry for 20+ years. PCB Desiger by trade. Worked on Unix Mainframes thru PC's. Used almost all OS's with the exception of MAC. Looking at the possibility of working for myself. Trying to decide what to do with the ''Rest of my life''. Currently ...
I've been deployed somewhere out in the Middle East for the past few
months, and decided that some of my hard earned money should go towards
the Geek inside me. What would a normal geek do? Build a new home
server of course! Money was an object to a point, but more than
anything I wanted a relaible and quality built system that would ...
Every day I have problems with MY COMPUTER that's caused by bad hardware from generic OEM. Just yesterday I downloaded a file from Goole and ran it, and bam, Windows crashes. I try to start my computer up and it won't turn on, then I call tech support and the idiots there ask me if the computer is plugged in. DUH! COMPUTERS CAN'T TURN ON WITHOUT ...