Hey! My name is Michael Wentworth. I’m a hardcore Linux fan, sushi lover
and I love making the world a better place by helping people out. It’s
not about who I am, or what anyone can do for me, but what I can
personally do to help you. I offer technical support, advice, and milk
and cookies. But please, drink the whole cup. Last time I was Linuxing a
dumb person left half the cup full. It spilled. Unfortunately, that
dumb person was me.
I like writing in a comedic tone at times. Don't get offended. Instead, ask yourself "Why is Mike so badass?"
love the idea of developing my own software and being a producer, not
only a user. Seeing that expression on someone’s face when their problem
has been resolved — that’s a priceless moment I always look forward to.
be lame — switch to Linux. I can speak all day about Linux and why it’s
hardcore. Really. All of these other operating systems (Windows 7, 8,
Mac OS X) are garbage and you’re a terrible person for having used them.
I am repelled to other operating systems just as the Antichrist is
repelled to the cross. One of the common mistakes people usually make
are “This doesn’t work on Linux!” “It does. The command line. Wine.
VirtualBox. Linux software.” We’re just used to a “one-click does it
all” giant pulsating blue button. Let’s be more hardcore than that!
Let’s due our diligence and not get viruses because we downloaded a
wallpaper. Let’s not be left in the dust because we’re being forced to
upgrade but don’t want to. The best thing about Linux? Less to no driver
problems, we’re not running inferior software and we have new and
interesting ideas coming out — all for free. We can be part of it, too!
That’s what we geeks love about Linux.
I love writing! I went to a
film high school where I quickly began to make films. I even went as
far as gathering up my own crew and creating an independent film
company. Boy, that idea died quickly. Linux probably knew I was coming.
I love sushi, like pizza, the occasional ”Chinese Food”, Japanese food and run on Dunkin.
is sexy. That’s right, T-Mobile is badass! I clock at about 25MBps if
not higher on average. I liked AT&T. They had some good speeds, I’ll
give them that. But after years of my father’s wallet getting raped, we
had to take it to rehab. It got better now, thanks for asking. We’re
currently paying a fee of $135 including tax - for unlimited everything.
How is the throttled network? I still get LTE speeds when loading a
webpage, I only notice slower networks when actually downloading
something. Which is almost never.