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Brendan Perrine
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Another map as the orc witches cast a spell Inkscape is nice for making quick maps even though I know they don't look the nicest. 
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Also you should note on ram usage that it is the 64 bit version that is around 200 megabytes.
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I meant that is was the 64 bit version of the distro which uses 200 mbs of ram not the 32 bit i386.
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I don't even see what is so great about the Microsoft versions anyway. Also I wish local adult schools would have a libreoffice training course that would save taxpayer dollars if more companies switched as the adult school would not have to pay the liscense.
 
Step off Microsoft's Cost-Prohibitive License Treadmill to FOSS Linux
Online version: http://goo.gl/wCLXgG

This is a time where many CIOs are budget planning and need to make across the Enterprise hardware refreshes.  Especially now, given that Microsoft has officially end of lifed the aged Windows XP.

Naturally, Microsoft licensing doesn't allow license transfer to new hardware.  That's too bad.  It means, if you insist on staying in the Microsoft camp that you 'cow tow' to their license terms and buy new hardware and buy ancillary licensing for software upgrades.

That has been a given for many years and Microsoft naturally while providing a service reaps the benefits of making the licensee pay for what I prefer to call 'recycled bits' of software.  

CIOs are 'coerced' to refresh their hardware when XP would have been 'good enough'.

Step off of the Microsoft Licensing treadmill.   That XP Desktop system may be ten years old, but it still remains a 'fact' that it is a perfectly viable piece of hardware.  

It can be 'repurposed' and effectively be given a 'new lease' on life by simply installing Linux (Fedora is my recommendation) along with a vast repository of free software.

It's a 'no brainer' really.  How many XP Desktops are ready for the dumpster in your organization?  The CFO should be happy to learn that you are effectively zeroeing out thousands of dollars of additional expense by switching to Linux.

If you have questions about how to roll-out Linux in your organization, please do not hesitate to reach me.

Thank you.

Fedora Linux website:
http://fedoraproject.org/

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I feel bad for the flavors of ubuntu being effect by the unity lens spyware by people not noting those do not have spyware. Lubuntu doesn't have spyware in it would use too much ram.
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I only found one job to apply to today but have been looking for a hours after looking for another. 
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another play by post map for the next round. 
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I like making simple abstracted maps in inkscape. No my party comes across two apparently unarmed half orcs.
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I went to Torrance High School and got all striaght A's and now attend UCLA. 
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