About

I am a Linux hobbyist and documentor. I like to spend my time on various wikis. I enjoy research and talking to people about what I’ve learned.

Attributions

  • Thanks to the people I’ve gather information from of many various places and to whose also images I’ve used, many from which come fromt the Open Clip Art Library.
  1. Hi,
    I think your site is awesome. I see you hope to improve your writing, so I won’t pick at your little errors, but I think it’s a shame to spoil your tagline “Every Letter has it’s place” with one. The word “it’s” should be spelled “its”. Also I don’t understand why “Letter” has a capital letter and the other words don’t. I think it should be “Every Letter Has Its Place” or “Every letter has its place”. By the way, what do you mean by that phrase?
    Keep it up!
    David.

  2. Lol, thank David hadn’t thought too much of the grammar of it :). The tag-line is meant to be aloof, light. As for the meaning of the phrase, it’s meant to imbue the culture of Linux: working with configs, writing your own scripts. As for the it’s, thats my bad, gonna fix :D.

  3. Hello,

    I was wondering if you accept guest post for your blog. If you do, I would like to submit a few. You can see a sample of my work at LaptopComputers.org under the author James Mowery. I’ve also written for several high-profile blogs like Mashable, Perfromancing, and CMSWire. Thank you for your time.

    – James

  4. David :
    Hi,
    I think it should be “Every Letter Has Its Place” or “Every letter has its place”. By the way, what do you mean by that phrase?
    Keep it up!
    David.

    Take a closer look at the logo of the site… is that a letter? Does it have its place?

  5. Muhammad Shalaby

    Hi David,
    Very nice blog, but could I ask you to post about how did you colorized your prompt and your overall terminal ? Thank you :)

  6. Muhammad Shalaby

    sorry i ment Todd not you Dave :)

  7. Oop, thanks for waiting been busy. Ok, fixed tag line, hadn’t really thought of it before :). Muhammad to colorize your prompt here is a good guide:

    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Color_Bash_Prompt

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