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Well this is a nice feature for the site. I really like this blog stuff. I really like it when you just want to say something and can just post it here. Well darn, linuxquestions.org has now got me hooked on blogs now.
It may be a little curious though as the blogs are almost like mini forums in there own. People can respond to you just like a forum. Well I guess I find it almost as cool as when they added the wiki. Well 'almost' is not the word. I am crazy about wikis.
<strong>I'm not switching....yet.</strong>
I'm not switching over to free(dom) software. I plan to some day. I just don't plan to anytime soon.
I mention this first because of someone's attitude once. I told them that I was going to be using proprietary software a lot longer. They snapped at me that I was a 'wanna be linux user'. I thought that was funny. I don't really even like computers that much. I just like being able to communicate with people, learn about...