Linux On The Desktop

Kelly took an unusually long nap last night (3 hours!!!) which allowed me to finish setting up my new Linux box. I switched off my XP box last night, and I don't have plans to turn it back on unless I need flies for at least a week. I've been wanting to try Linux on my desktop machine for years now, and I suppose now is a good time. So far so good. It feels slower than Windows, and somethings are hard to set up and find, but over all it's doing the job. I also have a local version of slashcode installed for development.

In other news I'm trying to figure out the best way to move LISNews from .com to .org without really "breaking the internet", as someone put it. Redirects? Archives? Links... not sure how I'll handle it yet.

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