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  1. Dilbert - disses Linux


    I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    installs not being up to date with Flash etc.

    Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"

    http://dilbert.com/fast/

    Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    face!

    Go "advocates"! Fly my winged beauties! Let Mr Adams know what you
    think!

    --
    Whoever asked if the debian organization was dead isn't reading
    debian-devel. 66 messages in one day, and it's not over. I find it
    difficult to keep up.
    -- Bruce Perens

  2. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux

    On Thu, 08 May 2008 16:47:35 +0200, Hadron wrote:
    >
    > I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    > version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    > installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >
    > Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >
    > http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >
    > Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    > face!


    Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too. The
    web designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their problem.

  3. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux

    On Thu, 08 May 2008 16:47:35 +0200, Hadron wrote:

    >
    > I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    > version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    > installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >
    > Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >
    > http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >
    > Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    > face!
    >
    > Go "advocates"! Fly my winged beauties! Let Mr Adams know what you
    > think!


    What a load of bull, my backported firefox edition v1.5.0.7 on Mandrake
    10.1 AMD64 runs just as fast as the lean/mean 'fast' Dilbert page. See

    http://crashrecovery.org/firefox/Dil...h-08052008.jpg
    http://crashrecovery.org/firefox/

    Robert
    --
    Robert M. Stockmann - RHCE
    Network Engineer - UNIX/Linux Specialist
    crashrecovery.org stock@stokkie.net


  4. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    Robert M. Stockmann wrote:
    > On Thu, 08 May 2008 16:47:35 +0200, Hadron wrote:
    >
    >> I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a
    >> simplified UI version of their daily page because of slow
    >> connections and older installs not being up to date with
    >> Flash etc.
    >>
    >> Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >>
    >> http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >>
    >> Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a
    >> slap in the face!
    >>
    >> Go "advocates"! Fly my winged beauties! Let Mr Adams know
    >> what you think!

    >
    > What a load of bull, my backported firefox edition v1.5.0.7 on
    > Mandrake 10.1 AMD64 runs just as fast as the lean/mean 'fast'
    > Dilbert page. See
    >
    > http://crashrecovery.org/firefox/Dil...h-08052008.jpg
    > http://crashrecovery.org/firefox/


    [H]adron, as usual spouts his anti-Linux agenda, being unable to
    get Debian stable to work, preferring instead unstable versions,
    then complaining about Linux stability.

    Most have him meticulously placed in the kill bin, so deserving
    of it is he.

    Link at the bottom of the webpage is for Visual Perspectives
    Internet, Inc. (VPI). Following is from Googling:

    Visual Perspectives Internet, Inc. - News
    "VPI Studios" is the complete, in-house production and post
    production ..... as well as integrate Unix, Linux and Java into
    the managed environment. ...
    vpi.net/news/ - 107k -
    The Wintrolls in this newsgroup are getting stupider day by day.

    --
    HPT
    Quando omni flunkus moritati
    (If all else fails, play dead)
    - "Red" Green

  5. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux^h^h^h^h^hWindows

    Bob Tennent wrote:
    > Hadron wrote:
    >
    >> I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a
    >> simplified UI version of their daily page because of slow
    >> connections and older installs not being up to date with
    >> Flash etc.
    >>
    >> Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >>
    >> http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >>
    >> Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a
    >> slap in the face!

    >
    > Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux?
    > My Linux installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I
    > prefer the "fast" version; I'm sure lots of people on other
    > platforms will too. The web designers obviously think
    > otherwise, but that's their problem.


    It is not. [H]adron is spouting his usual anti-Linux /
    pro-Microsoft gob****e, which is why many have him meticulous and
    deservedly placed in the kill bin. However, Dilbert slipped this
    good analogy out:

    http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2008-05-08/

    Dilbert: I didn't have any accurate numbers so I just made up
    this one. Studies have shown that accurate numbers aren't any
    more useful than the ones you make up.

    Pointy-Haired-Boss: How many studies showed that?

    Dilbert: Eighty-seven.

    Thus spoketh Hadron.

    BTW, the flash page above shows up fine in Ubuntu and FireFox.

    --
    HPT
    Quando omni flunkus moritati
    (If all else fails, play dead)
    - "Red" Green

  6. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux^h^h^h^h^hWindows

    On Thu, 08 May 2008 10:14:49 -0600, High Plains Thumper wrote:

    > Bob Tennent wrote:
    >> Hadron wrote:
    >>
    >>> I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    >>> version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    >>> installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >>>
    >>> Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >>>
    >>> http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >>>
    >>> Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    >>> face!

    >>
    >> Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    >> installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    >> version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too. The web
    >> designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their problem.

    >
    > It is not. [H]adron is spouting his usual anti-Linux / pro-Microsoft
    > gob****e, which is why many have him meticulous and deservedly placed in
    > the kill bin. However, Dilbert slipped this good analogy out:
    >
    > http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2008-05-08/
    >
    > Dilbert: I didn't have any accurate numbers so I just made up this one.
    > Studies have shown that accurate numbers aren't any more useful than the
    > ones you make up.
    >
    > Pointy-Haired-Boss: How many studies showed that?
    >
    > Dilbert: Eighty-seven.
    >
    > Thus spoketh Hadron.
    >
    > BTW, the flash page above shows up fine in Ubuntu and FireFox.


    Shows up fine in Mandriva & Firefox too.

    --
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    computer which is guaranteed
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  7. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux^h^h^h^h^hWindows


    "William Poaster" wrote in message
    newsan.2008.05.08.17.51.17.321216@leafnode.amd64.eu...
    > On Thu, 08 May 2008 10:14:49 -0600, High Plains Thumper wrote:
    >
    >> Bob Tennent wrote:
    >>> Hadron wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    >>>> version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    >>>> installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >>>>
    >>>> Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >>>>
    >>>> http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >>>>
    >>>> Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    >>>> face!
    >>>
    >>> Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    >>> installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    >>> version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too. The web
    >>> designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their problem.

    >>
    >> It is not. [H]adron is spouting his usual anti-Linux / pro-Microsoft
    >> gob****e, which is why many have him meticulous and deservedly placed in
    >> the kill bin. However, Dilbert slipped this good analogy out:
    >>
    >> http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2008-05-08/
    >>
    >> Dilbert: I didn't have any accurate numbers so I just made up this one.
    >> Studies have shown that accurate numbers aren't any more useful than the
    >> ones you make up.
    >>
    >> Pointy-Haired-Boss: How many studies showed that?
    >>
    >> Dilbert: Eighty-seven.
    >>
    >> Thus spoketh Hadron.
    >>
    >> BTW, the flash page above shows up fine in Ubuntu and FireFox.

    >
    > Shows up fine in Mandriva & Firefox too.


    Me too Willy... Me too!!!!

    Yet another worthless post from "Me too Willy" - the resident idiot.



    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **

  8. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    [snips]

    On Thu, 08 May 2008 10:02:17 -0600, High Plains Thumper wrote:

    > [H]adron, as usual spouts his anti-Linux agenda, being unable to get
    > Debian stable to work, preferring instead unstable versions, then
    > complaining about Linux stability.
    >
    > Most have him meticulously placed in the kill bin, so deserving of it is
    > he.
    >
    > Link at the bottom of the webpage is for Visual Perspectives Internet,
    > Inc. (VPI). Following is from Googling:


    Actually, in the bottom-of-page toolbar, there's a "Linux/Unix" link,
    which takes one to the "fast" version of the page - the one *without* all
    the ads, banners, embedded media and the likes.

    Not sure what Hardon's point there is, unless it's to point out that
    Adams is giving *nix users a cleaner, lighter page as a reward for
    adopting the technology, while leaving the dross to the rest.


  9. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux^h^h^h^h^hWindows

    High Plains Thumper wrote:

    > BTW, the flash page above shows up fine in Ubuntu and FireFox.


    Yep. If Quack actually ran Linux he would know this.
    --
    Regards,
    [tv]

    ....Be reasonable......do it my way.

    Owner/Proprietor, Cheesus Crust Pizza Company
    Good to the last supper

  10. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    High Plains Thumper wrote:

    > The Wintrolls in this newsgroup are getting stupider day by day.


    No way! Hadron couldn't get any more stupider!!!
    --
    Regards,
    [tv]

    ....Midget soothsayer robs bank! Small medium at large....

    Owner/Proprietor, Cheesus Crust Pizza Company
    Good to the last supper

  11. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    On Thu, 08 May 2008 18:00:18 -0400, Tattoo Vampire wrote:

    > High Plains Thumper wrote:
    >
    >> The Wintrolls in this newsgroup are getting stupider day by day.

    >
    > No way! Hadron couldn't get any more stupider!!!


    So what's the progression, then?

    DFS -> Relf -> amicus -> Hadron?


  12. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    Kelsey Bjarnason wrote:

    > So what's the progression, then?
    >
    > DFS -> Relf -> amicus -> Hadron?


    From d00fus to Quack is definitely regression, so flip them the other way.

  13. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux


    > > I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    > > version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    > > installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    > >
    > > Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    > >
    > > http://dilbert.com/fast/
    > >
    > > Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    > > face!

    >
    > Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    > installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    > version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too.


    Me too. I even had a script that runs as a cron job to daily download
    that comic strip using 'wget' and then displays it on my screen using
    ImageImagick's 'display'. It acts as a reminder for "you've worked
    too hard; it's time to relax".

    That was before they changed the strip's URL from something very
    regular to something that now looks arbitrary.


    > The web designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their
    > problem.


    Typical web designers. i.e. stupid designers.


    --
    Lee Sau Dan u ~{@nJX6X~}

    E-mail: danlee@informatik.uni-freiburg.de
    Home page: http://www.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/~danlee

  14. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    Kelsey Bjarnason writes:

    > [snips]
    >
    > On Thu, 08 May 2008 10:02:17 -0600, High Plains Thumper wrote:
    >
    >> [H]adron, as usual spouts his anti-Linux agenda, being unable to get
    >> Debian stable to work, preferring instead unstable versions, then
    >> complaining about Linux stability.


    Poor HPT. He didn't understand a word of what I said. And then snips it
    so no one else can.

    >>
    >> Most have him meticulously placed in the kill bin, so deserving of it is
    >> he.
    >>
    >> Link at the bottom of the webpage is for Visual Perspectives Internet,
    >> Inc. (VPI). Following is from Googling:

    >
    > Actually, in the bottom-of-page toolbar, there's a "Linux/Unix" link,
    > which takes one to the "fast" version of the page - the one *without* all
    > the ads, banners, embedded media and the likes.
    >
    > Not sure what Hardon's point there is, unless it's to point out that
    > Adams is giving *nix users a cleaner, lighter page as a reward for
    > adopting the technology, while leaving the dross to the rest.
    >


    It was very, bloody clear what my meaning was.

    They refer the Unix/Linux link to the "fast page" - e.g suggesting it can
    not cope with the modern flash stuff.

    --
    The "XP could sink Microsoft" thread his an absolute gem. You'd think
    comp.os.linux.advocacy - where they put the lunacy in advocacy
    these advocates were related to Nostradamus!

  15. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux^h^h^h^h^hWindows

    William Poaster writes:

    > On Thu, 08 May 2008 10:14:49 -0600, High Plains Thumper wrote:
    >
    >> Bob Tennent wrote:
    >>> Hadron wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    >>>> version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    >>>> installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >>>>
    >>>> Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >>>>
    >>>> http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >>>>
    >>>> Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    >>>> face!
    >>>
    >>> Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    >>> installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    >>> version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too. The web
    >>> designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their problem.

    >>
    >> It is not. [H]adron is spouting his usual anti-Linux / pro-Microsoft
    >> gob****e, which is why many have him meticulous and deservedly placed in
    >> the kill bin. However, Dilbert slipped this good analogy out:
    >>
    >> http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2008-05-08/
    >>
    >> Dilbert: I didn't have any accurate numbers so I just made up this one.
    >> Studies have shown that accurate numbers aren't any more useful than the
    >> ones you make up.
    >>
    >> Pointy-Haired-Boss: How many studies showed that?
    >>
    >> Dilbert: Eighty-seven.
    >>
    >> Thus spoketh Hadron.
    >>
    >> BTW, the flash page above shows up fine in Ubuntu and FireFox.

    >
    > Shows up fine in Mandriva & Firefox too.


    FFS, could you get any more stupider?

    *EXACTLY*

    So WHY is the link marked "Linux/Unix"?!?!?!?!?!? Thus INSINUATING that
    Linux/Unix can not cope.

    Crikey, you get stupider with every post.

  16. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux

    Bob Tennent writes:

    > On Thu, 08 May 2008 16:47:35 +0200, Hadron wrote:
    > >
    > > I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    > > version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    > > installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    > >
    > > Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    > >
    > > http://dilbert.com/fast/
    > >
    > > Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    > > face!

    >
    > Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    > installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    > version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too. The
    > web designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their problem.


    Could this group get any stupider?

    A) I pointed out the link here over a week ago when it was "hidden"
    B) They have NAMED it Linux/Unix this SUGGESTING that Linux/Unix can not
    cope with the more modern (and crappy IMO) design.

    Ye gods!

    --
    The "XP could sink Microsoft" thread his an absolute gem. You'd think
    comp.os.linux.advocacy - where they put the lunacy in advocacy
    these advocates were related to Nostradamus!

  17. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    Hadron wrote:
    > Kelsey Bjarnason writes:
    >> High Plains Thumper wrote:
    >>
    >>> [H]adron, as usual spouts his anti-Linux agenda, being
    >>> unable to get Debian stable to work, preferring instead
    >>> unstable versions, then complaining about Linux stability.

    >
    > Poor HPT. He didn't understand a word of what I said. And then
    > snips it so no one else can.


    Oh, then let us clarify:

    http://groups.google.com/group/comp....9?dmode=source

    or http://tinyurl.com/4tehxx

    From: Hadron
    Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
    Subject: Re: [News] Sister OS to Linux, OS-X Has Better TCO than
    Microsoft Windows
    Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2008 09:50:07 +0100
    Message-ID:

    High Plains Thumper writes:

    > Hadron has an apparent inability to recognise how more
    > consistent usage of Debian Stable will only help his usage of
    > the product, preferring unstable versions of Debian; if not
    > for the only reason as an opportunity to attack Linux/OSS.


    Once more for the hard of brain power : I use testing. Not
    unstable. And I use it for a reason - Debian Stable is simply too
    buggy and backward and I cant be arsed to manage pinning or
    selectively monitoring backports.

    [....]

    > You are better off just kill filtering the POS. As you see,
    > he is someone who will only chew up your time with his
    > nonsensical replies. Ditto for Snit.


    You are a fool.

    >>> Most have him meticulously placed in the kill bin, so
    >>> deserving of it is he.
    >>>
    >>> Link at the bottom of the webpage is for Visual
    >>> Perspectives Internet, Inc. (VPI). Following is from
    >>> Googling:

    >>
    >> Actually, in the bottom-of-page toolbar, there's a
    >> "Linux/Unix" link, which takes one to the "fast" version of
    >> the page - the one *without* all the ads, banners, embedded
    >> media and the likes.
    >>
    >> Not sure what Hardon's point there is, unless it's to point
    >> out that Adams is giving *nix users a cleaner, lighter page
    >> as a reward for adopting the technology, while leaving the
    >> dross to the rest.

    >
    > It was very, bloody clear what my meaning was.


    Clear as mud from the likes of you.

    > They refer the Unix/Linux link to the "fast page" - e.g
    > suggesting it can not cope with the modern flash stuff.
    >
    > The "XP could sink Microsoft" thread his an absolute gem.
    > You'd think comp.os.linux.advocacy - where they put the lunacy
    > in advocacy these advocates were related to Nostradamus!


    http://aseigo.blogspot.com/2008/04/d...ion-young.html

    (Thanks, Roy!)

    Wednesday, April 23, 2008
    Deploying KDE to 52 million young people

    Mauricio broke the news today in his blog about what can only be
    described as a massive deployment of free software. I'd heard about
    this project recently, but reading more of the details in Mauricio's
    blog really cemented in my mind how groundbreaking this is.

    In summary: KDE on Linux has stepped up to become the software
    platform in the primary school education system in Brazil. That may
    sound like a bold claim, but the numbers are staggering and speak for
    themselves:

    By the end of this year 29,000 labs serving some 32,000,000 students
    will be fully deployed and in active use.

    By the end of next year (2009) those numbers will have swelled to
    53,000 labs serving some 52,000,000 students.
    Linux advocates - 52,000,000; Win-Trolls - 0. So much for 0.6% market
    share.

    --
    HPT
    I saw men dressed as from Mel Gibson's Braveheart conducting their own
    Liverpool Tea Party, dumping lovely boxes of Vista overboard,
    protesting the likes of proprietary OS Tax on PC's.

  18. Re: Dilbert - Praises Linux, disses Windows

    High Plains Thumper writes:

    > Hadron wrote:
    >> Kelsey Bjarnason writes:
    >>> High Plains Thumper wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> [H]adron, as usual spouts his anti-Linux agenda, being
    >>>> unable to get Debian stable to work, preferring instead
    >>>> unstable versions, then complaining about Linux stability.

    >>
    >> Poor HPT. He didn't understand a word of what I said. And then
    >> snips it so no one else can.

    >
    > Oh, then let us clarify:


    I have no idea why you posted you getting things wrong again -
    especially when its nothing to do with my OP. Really, how slow are you?

    >
    > http://groups.google.com/group/comp....9?dmode=source
    >
    > or http://tinyurl.com/4tehxx
    >
    >
    > From: Hadron
    > Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
    > Subject: Re: [News] Sister OS to Linux, OS-X Has Better TCO than
    > Microsoft Windows
    > Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2008 09:50:07 +0100
    > Message-ID:
    >
    > High Plains Thumper writes:
    >
    >> Hadron has an apparent inability to recognise how more
    >> consistent usage of Debian Stable will only help his usage of
    >> the product, preferring unstable versions of Debian; if not
    >> for the only reason as an opportunity to attack Linux/OSS.

    >
    > Once more for the hard of brain power : I use testing. Not
    > unstable. And I use it for a reason - Debian Stable is simply too
    > buggy and backward and I cant be arsed to manage pinning or
    > selectively monitoring backports.

    Your point is?

    What part of "testing" confuses you?

    Not that that is the issue here. We were referring to the Dilbert link.

    >
    > [....]
    >
    >> You are better off just kill filtering the POS. As you see,
    >> he is someone who will only chew up your time with his
    >> nonsensical replies. Ditto for Snit.

    >
    > You are a fool.
    >

    >
    >>>> Most have him meticulously placed in the kill bin, so
    >>>> deserving of it is he.
    >>>>
    >>>> Link at the bottom of the webpage is for Visual
    >>>> Perspectives Internet, Inc. (VPI). Following is from
    >>>> Googling:
    >>>
    >>> Actually, in the bottom-of-page toolbar, there's a
    >>> "Linux/Unix" link, which takes one to the "fast" version of
    >>> the page - the one *without* all the ads, banners, embedded
    >>> media and the likes.
    >>>
    >>> Not sure what Hardon's point there is, unless it's to point
    >>> out that Adams is giving *nix users a cleaner, lighter page
    >>> as a reward for adopting the technology, while leaving the
    >>> dross to the rest.

    >>
    >> It was very, bloody clear what my meaning was.

    >
    > Clear as mud from the likes of you.


    Says the groups resident "special".

  19. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux


    Bob> On Thu, 08 May 2008 16:47:35 +0200, Hadron wrote:
    >>

    > I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    > version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    > installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >
    > Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >
    > http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >
    > Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    > face!


    Why is this a "slap in the face"? Why does it "diss" Linux? My Linux
    installation can cope with the Flash stuff OK but I prefer the "fast"
    version; I'm sure lots of people on other platforms will too. The
    web designers obviously think otherwise, but that's their problem.

    --
    Lee Sau Dan u ~{@nJX6X~}

    E-mail: danlee@informatik.uni-freiburg.de
    Home page: http://www.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/~danlee

  20. Re: Dilbert - disses Linux

    On Thu, 08 May 2008 16:47:35 +0200, Hadron wrote:

    > I have to laugh - originally the Dilbert team released a simplified UI
    > version of their daily page because of slow connections and older
    > installs not being up to date with Flash etc.
    >
    > Now they have named it "Linux/Unix"
    >
    > http://dilbert.com/fast/
    >
    > Look at the link to it at the bottom of the page. What a slap in the
    > face!
    >
    > Go "advocates"! Fly my winged beauties! Let Mr Adams know what you
    > think!


    I told you the other day to see stuff in the mainstream press about Linux
    and loons


    --
    Moshe Goldfarb
    Collector of soaps from around the globe.
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