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Posted 05-15-2010 at 06:49 AM byrich_c Updated 05-15-2010 at 07:06 AM byrich_c(Add section I forgot.)
There's all the usual reasons like "Free as in speech" and "Free as in beer" but for me, a couple of the reasons I love Linux are the regular discovery of great little apps that I find are already installed as standard when I start investigating how to perform a particular task. For example, I downloaded The Cathedral and the Bazaar as a PostScript. I couldn't find a reader for my Nokia N900, so after a little investigation I converted it using ps2pdf which I found already...
some of you might be lispers (lisp programmers) , i'd bet you prefer clisp , indeed it's a great implementation of common lisp.
strangely however its original authors decided to incorporate jewish religious imagery into the software , which takes the shape of a menorah.on further inspection of this under GNU released software i discovered a rather odd piece of code that provides an interesting insight into the religious zealot of the authors as well as...