__/ [Ray Ingles] on Monday 31 October 2005 11:38 \__
> On 2005-10-31, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I never thought of the variety themes as a primary selling point or point
>> of appeal. When I get to think about it, kids like colourful interactivity
>> more than adults.
> I didn't expect it, but my elderly parents really like all the
> screensavers that come with Ubuntu. :->
...I'm sure that'll persuade more people to use Linux: Things it does when
you don't use it... *smile*
Quite honestly, I love the diversity of screensavers in Linux. Whenever I
lock the screen, I discover yet another playful animation, which is often
some 'fun with mathematics'.