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Posted 07-06-2011 at 11:55 AM byrocket357 (Musings on technology, philosophy, and life in the corporate world)
Updated 07-10-2011 at 06:49 PM byrocket357
Ok, so this is another philosophy post (sorry for the misleading title...if you're playing around with recursion in Python I should hope you know how to fix the error message in the title =)
Anyhow, I posted yesterday about determinism and free will. Today I'm going to follow up with the mind. In contemporary knowledge, the mind is roughly equivalent to the "meta-brain"...the activity that takes place "within" the brain. Since the dawn of time people have wondered...
December of 2010, I wrote my first blog about my thoughts in choosing a distro. It was called Linuxville
I read this blog again just recently and realized how much I have learned since writing it. I by no means consider myself an expert as in the grand scheme of things I have still only scratched the surface of the many things there are to learn when it comes to Linux.
In my original blog, I mentioned that I would like to eventually live in the Arch house but was intimidated by the...
1) A good start: Ubuntu started with a strong background. It wasn’t “yet another” distribution, it was a distribution that had a vision and enough people and money behind it to support that vision.
2) Easy and straightforward installation: From the text-based installer of the first few versions, to the point&click installer of today, ubuntu always had a very straightforward and simple installation. Every step of the installer was explained in a short, yet clear manner that made...