Torvalds responded "no" while shaking his head "yes," as the audience broke into spontaneous laughter.
Torvalds also admitted that while he as a full life outside of Linux he couldn't imagine his life without it.
While Torvalds has a full life outside Linux, it is at the core of his existence, he said. "I don't see any project coming along being more interesting to me than Linux," Torvalds said. "I couldn't imagine filling the void in my life if I didn't have Linux."
"The scariest movie I've seen this year, a horror tale that would have been science fiction had it been made in the 1990s." These are not words to describe the latest zombie or slasher flick, but the description by G. Allen Johnson of the San Francisco Chronicle, in describing "Terms and Conditions May Apply", a new documentary about Internet privacy and the use of consumer information platforms like Facebook and Google for government surveillance. Inc
"The most important thing in a man is not what he knows, but what he is." -- Narciso Yepes