Over the past couple of weeks since Ubuntu 10.04 was released and I, along with all the other users, have been discovering how much like Mac OSX it is becoming. I solely mean the interface, like the buttons moving to the left and all that jazz. Another feature which, while trawling through my long list of programs in Ubuntu, is an awesome little feature in GNOME DO. Encase you haven’t used GNOME Do before or are just curious on how I would describe it, it is; an awesome little application launcher which can also be used to find files. It also supports many different plugins some of which let you; send emails, update your Twitter or Facebook, or last but not least control your media player whether it be Amarok or Rythmbox.
Okay guys not an entirely appropriate post (it may be better suited to Facebook or Twitter) but I thought that this was worth a read for all you Ubuntu or Fedora Fans. I must advise you now that some people may find this offensive as there is a little bit of swearing in it- Linus Torvalds’ views on OpenBSD.
Wow, I’m a poet and I know it. Well on a slightly less upbeat note I’ve chosen to take down the shop and put it on hold for the moment as it breaches rules on websites which I find very helpful such as the Fedora Forums and the Ubuntu Forums.
On another note I will be adding the ShareThis button on the end of every post from now on so I would appreciate it if you would share the posts, pages or the blog to world on Facebook, Twitter or other services.