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Gnome 3 vs. Gnome 2 vs. change

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Exploring different desktops is a good thing. I’ve recently converted to GNOME 3 ("hallowed be its Name in all the earth, etc.") and I admit freely to enjoying it (a lot).

I also have to admit that part of the reason I’m enjoying it is because it’s a change.

Change is good. It forces you out of your comfort zones, and makes you find new things, very useful things.

For example, look at Terminator vs. gnome-terminal.

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