There’s something of a frontier town feel about Linux. It asks you to do things in ways you had almost forgotten. Apart from being blindingly fast – the whole deal fits snugly into RAM like the bound foot of a 19th century Chinese courtesan, leaving vast acreages left over – what does Vista do with it all; it must have hectares of redundant code, like DNA.
I rather feel like the puppy in the photograph – thanks to Barry K for a system even I can use – not very knowledgeable but mighty curious.
I haven’t figured out how to crop this image yet, but at least I managed to find it..