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Can you see the big picture here? There is a guy, who probably is a designer and he has some empty bottles of beer next to him.
And this is the problem with Linux desktop design. It is actually that designers are drunk and the users are sober :)
Okay, I'm just kidding, it's a cool short video to watch!
Oh, and I'm not talking about GNOME design, but I have some other desktops (& many apps!) on mind. Not Unity either! Maybe a bit! Nah!
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