If you liked Gnome 2, you should seriously check out Mate http://mate-desktop.org/. It's a port of Gnome 2, and works great.
Last year's winter was not fun in PA. We had basically no summer, with very few hot days. I suspect this winter will be a little worse.
Actually, we are in the warm period between ice flows. This has happened multiple times. We are still in the "Ice Age".
If you do any kind of work for the state (ie. most civil engineering companies), you are REQUIRED to submit everything in AutoCAD.
MS Office (miles ahead of OpenOffice, LibreOffice, whatever stupid name they use next), Photoshop, AutoCAD, the list goes on why Linux would not work in the long term.
At least it is Tech news, unlike half the articles on the main page. Or does Tech news not interest you?
I'd like to be on some beautiful beach, with perfect weather, and lots of gorgeous girls in bikinis.
I wouldn't be surprised at all if the US didn't set this agency up in the first place. At the very least, we probably provided the initial training.
Because that would be hard. Linux has thousands of programs that are 90% done. Very, very few that would qualify as 100% ready, though.
But it wasn't. After the fact, people tried to say that it was "for devs only", but when 4.0 was released, they were trumpeting it like crazy. I LOVED KDE3. I wish KDE4 had never been made.
We all know you have no intention of donating money to this either. You just want to bitch about someone doing something good to make yourself feel better, because you are likely a loser in real life.
Bodhi is a excellent distro. They have done a LOT for getting E17 popular, which got more devs involved with it, which got it done faster.
Xfce is my favorite linux DE. Does everything I want and is easy to use. Enlightenment 17 is also really good.
From the bookstore. I like to support the locals. Also, Pennsylvania charges sales tax on any internet orders, especially stuff from Amazon, so there's not as much benefit that way.
Amazon does have tons of books I might not find otherwise, but I still love just wandering around in a bookstore for hours, just browsing. I've found a number of great books that way, that I likely never would have seen just searching a website.