About

I have been involved with Linux since 2005 and have served to regularly help several distributions with packaging, writing documentation, and philosophical assistance.

In my time off I enjoy hiking and listening to good music.

6 thoughts on “About

  1. David

    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.

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  2. Todd Partridge (Gen2ly)

    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.

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  3. James

    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

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  4. 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 :)

    Reply

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