The official peppoj.net blog commercial, Larry explains what the peppoj.net blog does and what he thinks. Sarah has no idea…
Guess what? I just joined LinkedIn! And I have created a new group, titled: Life Philosophers. If you are a member of LinkedIn, and are interested in deep philosophical questions, then I strongly suggest you join the group. I will read all of the feedback you, hopefully, provide. I will do my part, after all, we all want to get our point across.
By the way, What are you doing here anyway? Were you looking for pr0n perhaps…? If you are, then I can assure you that there are better places to look for that then here…
I will look forward to reading your thoughts!
I don’t know if I have been so personal as i’m about to be in this post, i’m about to share with you my own thoughts and experiences with depression. Me, Myself and I had about 2-4 years of varying depression. It’s been a inspiring, fascinating and most of all sad experience. Not me or anyone else know how or why it started, but thats a point not worth investigating, especially when you are at your lowest in life. Continue reading Depression: My Thoughts and Experiences
I FREAKIN’ LOVE MARSHMALLOW FLUFF!!
I did something very odd the other day, that i never thought I would do, I bought and ate a whole jar of marshmallow fluff, in one day! I feel so disgusting :S
What’s peppoj’s take on Linux? Well, i have to say that i don’t use Linux very much these days, but i used to be a full time Linux user. These days i use either Mac 10.6 for work and Windows XP for games and rarely boot up Linux, however i find the Linux community quite interesting and funny, like this quote here:
Microsoft gives you windows, Linux gives you the whole house.
There always seem to be a solution to any problem when working in Linux, just a quick google search and you have nearly one hundred forum posts about the problem and how to solve it, problem solving made easy indeed! I have thought of installing the latest Ubuntu Linux distro here on my Mac, I’ve heard that it can be done but i don’t want to break anything. But i still sometimes miss the look and feel of Ubuntu and the Linux command line.
What do you think?