After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> All roads lead to Debian
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | If most of the Linux distributions derive from either Slackware or
> | Debian, why not just go to the source? Slackware looks way too hard to
> | figure out, but Debian, which just released version 4.0, offers a
> | net-install ISO -- and I've always wanted to install a distro over
> | the Internet -- so I burned the CD this morning and am currently installing
> | a Debian system over the Internet.
One weird thing in this article:
Open Office Writer. It takes 1 minute, 3 seconds to launch. That's
one of the reasons I'm not so happy with Open Office.
. . .
On second launch, Open Office loads in 30 seconds. That I can live
DFS would be writhing on the ground, retching and puking!
Oh, he also mentions this streaming radio channel that I had found at
I switch to the Secret Agent "lounge" channel, which is more to my
It's internet radio for all of us debonair spies.
So, Bill, what do you think of the execution of Microsoft's Vista team?
Sounds like a good idea to me, Steve.