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Comment: It's all part of the revisionist history plan (Score 1) 387 387

by KlomDark (#49726603) Attached to: Microsoft To Teachers: Using Pens and Paper Not Fair To Students

The end game here is to phase out cursive entirely, then a couple generations down the road, nobody can read it, and thus the US Constitution (written in cursive) will be meaningless gibberish to the common man, and then "they" can tell them what it actually "says" with their own injected bias.

Next up, a cashless society...

Comment: Symbolic Links (Score 1) 244 244

by KlomDark (#49690305) Attached to: RTFM? How To Write a Manual Worth Reading

I remember when first getting into Linux, I had a HORRIBLE time figuring out what 'ln' (link) did, cause all the docs skipped around defining it.

I wrote up some real world docs way back then and they turned into one of the most popular posts of all time on my site:

Symbolic Links: Defined

Comment: Re: PowerShell is yucky yucky yucky! (Score 1) 265 265

by KlomDark (#49641315) Attached to: Microsoft Releases PowerShell DSC For Linux

Oh yah, bitch cause the Windows of old was insecure. Then bitch when they add security to the system. What you are disabling is a security setting that completely disables some things unless you specifically enable them. Not broken, it's called enabling a feature that isn't used on a standard user's machine.

Comment: Git is Shit (Score 0) 203 203

by KlomDark (#49417983) Attached to: 10 Years of Git: An Interview With Linus Torvalds

I tried to give it time. I've used it daily for over a year. Have lost the days work several times with that crap-documented piece of shit.

A whole year with Linux, and I had it near mastered. A year with git, and it still sucks. Everything's a manual pain in the ass.

Linus: I ever meet you, I'm going to kiss you for the gift of Linux, then I'm gonna punch you in the mouth for all the time I've wasted on your shitty git thing.

The rate at which a disease spreads through a corn field is a precise measurement of the speed of blight.