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Whats old is New!

Filed under: General Linux,Linux Hardware — TheLinuxBlog.com at 1:41 am on Tuesday, March 10, 2009

There was a display in a local library showcasing “What’s old is new again” Basically showing the similarities between new and older newspapers and the cartoons in them. It may have something to do with the NY Times tour, but maybe not. All I know is it was there the other day, and now I go to write about it – GONE. Many of the same concepts such as recession “funnies” are popping up again. What so these journalists and cartoonist’s have it easy eh? All they have to do to get their job done is find some old drawing and change it a little. Well, I’m jumping on the bandwagon folks. Here are two “What’s old is New!” Articles:
Living without Windows
Shell Scripting 101
Since they’ve been written we’ve learned a lot, new concepts are out there but while they are somewhat older, the concepts still apply. As everything old they enjoy receiving comments but don’t take criticism well. They know their faults such as bad spelling and grammar but their ageing and refuse to acknowledge their flaws unless you directly point them out. Give them a read and talk to them before they die and go to internet Heaven (or Hell).


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