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Comment: Re:Unity is a Operation Ivy song not a linux debac (Score 1) 543

by werld (#39810787) Attached to: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Out; Unity Gets a Second Chance
I know how to do all that n00b. Respect your Slashdot elders, I've been here leaps and bounds longer than you and from the good ol days where we had to everything by hand...Don't reply to my post like I am asking questions in #ubuntu. I know all about apt-get, xubuntu, etc...Go off bubbly boy on your ipad and play some farmville. You talk like the other guy who posts, maybe the same person trying to convince the world that Unity is for the better of Linux. Take a look around at these posts, look at how many complaints. You sound like your the PM (Project Manager) on this and no wonder your trying to defend it.

Comment: Re:Unity is a Operation Ivy song not a linux debac (Score 2, Funny) 543

by werld (#39810755) Attached to: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Out; Unity Gets a Second Chance
I know how to do all that n00b. Respect your Slashdot elders, I've been here leaps and bounds longer than you and from the good ol days where we had to everything by hand...Don't reply to my post like I am asking questions in #ubuntu. I know all about apt-get, xubuntu, etc...Go off bubbly boy on your ipad and play some farmville.

Comment: Unity is a Operation Ivy song not a linux debacle (Score 1) 543

by werld (#39809267) Attached to: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Out; Unity Gets a Second Chance
Don't they get it? We don't #$%&!?$ want unity. Task bar is a must. Moving tray items is a must. Synaptic package manger is a must. Its so complicated to make it look like my 10.10 desktop. I don't want a tablet look and feel. The good thing is that when one distro messes up, another one jumps in place. Whoever decided to treat their power users as bubbly happy farmville users should be 86d from the Linux community. I've been reading slashdot for 15 years and this is my first post which shows how retarded unity is. Die, die, die.....Unity...Die.
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+ - IBM and Kaiser strike $500 Million dollar deal->

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werld writes "IBM Corp. will help provide members of the Kaiser Permanente health care program with up-to-date online medical data as part of a seven-year, $500 million technology-services contract disclosed Monday. The outsourcing means 700 Kaiser employees will lose their jobs, though some might be eligible to work for IBM, the company said."
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