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    Linux Enthusiast crashandburn0420's Avatar
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    Windows causes stupidity


    informative articile i found
    http://www.over-yonder.net/~fullermd...winstupid1.php

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    Brilliant. Wish it had gone into more applicable specifics, but its theoretical examples were right on the money--some good concepts there.

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    Good article. But it's all theory. However, I loved the intro and other various parts here and there.

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    Hmm. More peoples should read this. Definitely true

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    Interesting, Did you go on to read his BDS / Linux rant ?
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    This is sooooooo right.
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    Hehe, good article the intro is nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by ihayhurst
    Interesting, Did you go on to read his BSD / Linux rant ?
    I thought I recognized the style of the page. This is the same fellow who wrote "An Intro to BSD for Linux users." He's pretty good at passing along his points in a way that doesn't completely piss people off. Not all of us have that ability... me included.
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    Heh that was good. Here's the BSD/GNU/Linux thing in one sentence: BSD is more centralized and organized than GNU/Linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a thing
    Heh that was good. Here's the BSD/GNU/Linux thing in one sentence: BSD is more centralized and organized than GNU/Linux.
    I preferred something else he said to sum up the BSD/Linux thing:

    BSD is engineered, Linux is grown.
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