Bye Windows, Hello Ubuntu Linux!

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| I finally did it, I switched to Linux and I couldn't be happier! I decided to
| go with the Ubuntu distro as it seems to be the most popular at the moment
| which is good for support and is regularly updated.
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http://www.scribbytech.net/comments-6.html

Compiz is the Most Important Thing to Ever Happen to Linux.

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| If the Linux community wants to wipe Windows and Mac out of the OS business
| all they need to do in focus all of their collective efforts on developing
| Compiz. With the combine intelligence of hundreds of thousands of nerds we
| could develop the most pimped out windows management system known to mankind.
| The kids don’t want stability, they want an OS w/ rims that spin.
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http://fffff.at/compiz-is-the-most-i...appen-to-linux

Quote for the day:

"All modern computer operating systems include integrated Web browsing."

--Bill Gates, one decade ago


Related:

Autumn Plugin Compiz Fusion

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| This is an adaptation of the "Snow" plugin which uses leaves instead of
| snowflakes. The major changes are added support for variable image rotation
| and more side-to-side movement.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHLDtJXc8fg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4Fbk52Mk1w


Introducing the real 3D Compiz!

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| Although I do not think that people would be wearing funny glasses all day
| long to work on their PC, possibilities this plugin presents are quite
| exciting for gamers and everyone wanting to show off the ‘real’ 3D desktop.
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http://dev.compiz-fusion.org/~cybero...eal-3d-compiz/
http://tinyurl.com/2vvqql


Episode III

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| As a special treat, I present episode III of FusionCast. It's a no-talking
| episode, but it features Freescale, Shelf, and Freewins, and a few less known *
| features of these three new(ish) plugins.
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http://fusioncast.blogspot.com/2007/12/episode-iii.html


Fear and Loathing in Cupertino

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| It wasn't until later, giving the same presentation at Linux World that
| I'd missed giving at the Apple show, that I realized that Apple were
| scared of the SuSE Linux desktop I was using. They didn't want
| customers to see anything other than Apple-badged everything at
| their show. Especially if it was something better. They were
| scared of their customers even seeing a choice.
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http://www.tuxdeluxe.org/node/175