Want to see a whole bunch of Linux desktops?

Many of the people on this list (your host included) like to try out different Linux distributions. It’s not enough that the one we are using works, we still want to see what the other ones look like. If you’re mostly curious about the look and feel, it turns out that there’s a Website where you can view screen capture video clips of tons of default Linux desktop installations. Want to see what GoblinX Linux looks like? They’ve got it. How about BLAG Linux? Yep, they’ve got that too. How about Foresight Linux? Gentoo? Edubuntu? SUSE 10.1? Those too. Check …

Two Hours of Linux on Computer America

  Monday night, February 20th, I'm going to be doing a special 2 hour live appearance on the Computer America radio show. That's two hours of Linux talk, questions, and answers and I'd like you to be a part of it. Computer America is a live, syndicated radio show broadcast throughout the U.S. and that means you can be part of the show. To appear on the air, dial, toll free, 866-606-8255 (that's 606-TALK) anytime during the show. It would be just fantastic to get some of you on the air! The show starts Monday night at 10:00 PM Eastern …

BitTorrent : Criminals All!

Those of you who also subscribe to the WFTL-LUG list will have already seen part of this but I wanted to make sure it made it into my blog as well. I wanted to touch on this whole Bittorrent story because of an experience I’ve had. It’s also part of a personal rant I’ve had lately about businesses and government treating us like criminals without just cause. Yeah, there’s some background ranting that needs to be done to clear up how my ire was raised this far (and perhaps my next blog post should be the beginning of this), but …

Interview on XYZ Computing

The fine people over at XYZ computing are running an interview with yours truly. Those of you who visit regularly may have heard me say (or read me saying) some of these things before, but there were certainly some interesting questions. Click right here to read the whole interview. I think I might have gotten a little out of control, however, when they asked me what Linux could learn from Windows XP.