My Favorite Linux Apps and Add-ons
Here are a few items that I normally install on any Linux Computer I use...
1) Compiz... This Comnpositing Window manager gives you so many cool effects and ways to tweak your system that I feel lost without it. While it is only suitable for fairly recent hardware, and works best with a good graphics card with a fast GPU and lots of dedicated RAM, once you meet those requirements, there's nothing else like it. It can be tricky to set it up, but there is a wealth of information online for nearly every distribution of Linux and how to install Compiz and get it working (assuming your distro didn't come with i
The Learning Family
A Short Story of Historical Fiction,
By fraterchaos (aka. Charles Kunkle Jr.)
A very long time ago, when the world was young and the tribe knew almost nothing of the world, one man came that told us all how things worked. And for many years the tribe believed everything he said. His name was Mr. Religion, and he had an answer for every question. Since nobody else had any answers, the answers given by Mr. Religion were accepted, even venerated as ultimate truth.
The tribe lived well, they felt secure in the knowledge that they had the answers, and they didn't worry if other tribes had their own Shamans that gave those
thank you dear. I've been very busy with work this past summer. The other blacksmith (who ran the shop) passed away last year, and they put me in charge of the whole Blacksmith shop, so I've had a major increase in responsibility.
After October and Halloween, the park will close for the winter, and I'm hoping to find more time for art and my other online activities