Good documentation needs to be able to walk the line between being good enough and exhaustive. Nobody wants to spend a lot of time reading what they would consider pointless supportive text, but sometimes this explanatory thread is the best way to communicate the ideas involved. I'm a former high school teacher who has discovered that I love technical writing. I think that every teacher will agree that different people learn in different ways and through different modalities. I've been writing technical documentation for many years now, and I've always had the most success when I approach each topic explaining it in a way where I present the important 'get out of my way' details for those who aren't helped by supportive text, but also with these features tied together with an explanatory thread for those who are helped by this approach.
Pasta-maker CEO in hot water? Is his name Al Dente?
Let me know when I can run WINE on it.
It's coming from uranus.
Um, yes, but...
I've used 'em all - Well, not all, but I've used at least twenty of the top distros. Almost all are good to great. For my money OpenSUSE is the most consistently satisfying. Just sayin'
I encrypt everything - and I use double rot13 just be be extra sure that no one can read it!
I use quadruple ROT13 encryption. I've never felt so safe!