Welcome Guest | Sign In
LinuxInsider.com

LinuxInsider Talkback

 
ECT News Community   »   LinuxInsider Talkback   »   confirmation



Re: This Is Your Brain on Linux Desktop
Posted by: Elbert Hannah 2010-08-06 11:17:49
See Full Story

This is your brain. This is your brain on Linux Desktop. It is a good thing. To borrow and twist the old "brain on drugs" PSA, your brain on Linux Desktop could be one of the best things that could happen to you for your computer fix. Linux Desktop continues its ascent into users' collective consciousness with great graphics, powerful applications, and seamless interfaces. Linux Desktop frees your brain to think about the work (or the fun) at hand. Imagine -- transparent computing, and it's free!


confirmation
Posted by: i1j2s3 2010-08-07 09:38:45 In reply to: Elbert Hannah
I think Linux is even better than that...
Mandriva is cool,but in Linux you are better and have to solve your problems yourself,so you gain more knowledge,which is more valuable than all other Linux features.
Jump to:
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ RSS
Where do you stand in the Net neutrality debate?
The FCC's plans to roll back the Net neutrality rules will be good for business.
The Internet is an essential utility, and all users should get equal access.
I oppose Net neutrality because I have conservative views.
I favor Net neutrality because I have liberal views.
The controversy is overblown -- the Internet will be fine either way.
I have no idea what Net neutrality means to me personally.