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Thursday, September 6, 2001

Make an Agnostic Believe

PCReview has an article entitled It's Enough to Make an Agnostic Believe. The author comments on recent happenings that have allowed Linux to become a viable alternative, even for the non-über-geek crowd. My favorite bit is this comment on most people's attitude toward software:
For normal humans the idea of being attached to software is as bizarre as being fond of the tarmac on which one drives to work.
Thanks Linux Today. As an aside, this article reminded me of one of my favorite Monty Python quotes: "It's like I've always said, 'There's nothing an agnostic can't do if he really doesn't know whether he believes in anything or not.'"

News for 09/06/2001

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