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Archive for August, 2007

Why, oh WHY, do those ?@! nutheads use vi?

Here’s a pretty good article about VI and why you should use it and who do use it. The page also seem to sell a plugin for Visual Studio, Word and Outlook so you can get VI type editing in those applications aswell but it was a bit expensive ( around $70 I think ).

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full circle - issue #4

Full Circle - the independent magazine to the Ubuntu Community are proud to announce our fourth issue.

It contains:
* Edubuntu - What’s in it for the kids?
* How-To : Hosting Code on LaunchPad, Learning Scribus part 4 and Keep your kids safe in Ubuntu.
* Preview of Miro 0.9.8.
* Interview with Ubuntu Developer Colin Watson.
* Letters, Q&A, MyDesktop, MyPC, Top5 and more!

Get it while it’s hot! http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/issue-4/

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What does your favorite text editor say about you?

Sounds pretty accurate, What does your favorite text editor say about you?:

Vim or Vi

You are a minimalist at heart, but you value raw power of a sophisticated, and yet simple editor. You hate to waste key strokes. You laugh derisively at the fools fighting with their silly Notepad like editors. You either use a traditional unix keyboard or you switched around Ctrl and Caps Lock so that they are in their popper places. Chances are that you might be (or have been) a sysadmin. You think that Emacs is not a text editor, but a fucking operating system with a built in kitchen sink, and a circus tent. You might as well use an IDE.

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