Daily Archives: February 9, 2013

If Office Suites Are Not Broken, Why Change Them?

Bruce Byfield reflects on the office suite: “Should a modern office suite continue to resemble one from two decades ago? Or has the expectations and experience of users changed so much that we need to re-examine the assumptions we have … Continue reading

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Shock! Horror! Some People Want To Change The Linux Console

“UIs do not belong into the kernel. No one draws X11 GUIs or similar in the kernel so why should we draw text UIs in the kernel? User-space is responsible for that so lets move it there. see FAQ · … Continue reading

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Examining and Modifying the Code

A few trolls here have derided the utility of being able to examine and to modify code. I am not a C-programmer but I am not a complete idiot and can and do examine the source code. I have been … Continue reading

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Content-Creation – The Third Option

The last argument of those who cling to the ideal of the Wintel desktop is that gaming office documents content-creation requires Wintel. They deny the current assault by */Linux on ARM or x86/amd64 as incapable of replacing Wintel in any … Continue reading

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