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You Might be a Geek if…

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cybernetnews.com: Are you a geek? You might be if… 1) All of the software on your computer is open source. And you compiled it all yourself, and contributed code to at least half of them. 2) Your household ratio of computers to humans is at least 4:1… 3) You can hold conversations in Perl…

Christmas Jokes For Geeks

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junauza.blogspot: Christmas is just around the corner so let’s keep the jokes coming. I hope our previous jokes (corny or not) made you laugh or at least smile. To those who are hard to please, maybe this next set of jokes will do.

The Twelve days of a Linux Christmas

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ittoolbox blogs: On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me: A Tux that is virus free

Installation on Chocolate Laptop

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en.opensuse.org: This article describes unsuccessful openSUSE 10.3 installation on Chocolate Laptop.

15 Signs that you are addicted to Linux

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foogazi.com: Here are 15 signs that you are addicted to Linux:

1. You bring a live CD with you whenever you’ll be using a computer away from your house.

2. Every time a friend or relative complains about their computer being slow due to spyware, adware and viruses, you tell them to install Linux.

halloween fun

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  • Happy Halloween from a PC (pumpkin computer)

  • When a Geek Carves a Pumpkin
  • Winner of RHmag Pumpkin Contest

Revival of the N-Word

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tech.blorge: I don't really know anyone who likes to referred to in a derogatory way but the N-word seems to evoke the most emotion of all the derogatory and defamatory words that one's imagination can conjure.

L1NUX number plate roars onto eBay

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the register: The Linux users among you who've been putting aside all the lovely cash you've saved by not shelling out for the Satanic Software of Redmond™ might like to consider blowing it on the ultimate open source boy racer accessory: the one and only L1NUX number plate.

Stallman attacked by Ninjas

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the inquirer: GPL Guru Richard Stallman was attacked by a gang of ninjas when he attempted to talk at Yale University.

15 New Ubuntu Distributions

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Chris Pirillo:

  1. Fugubuntu = Linux for Poisonous (Yet Tasty) Fish

  2. Stewbuntu = Edible Linux Compiled with Gigantic Meat Chunks
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