Well, there’s a tiny bit of content there, so I guess it’s safe to link. Lime’s got a new blog at www.baboddongko.com. It’s powered by WordPress, and it’s a Korean version (with Korean interface, I mean) she’s running, though she tells me she plans on posting in English occasionally.
Incidentally, I am really impressed with WordPress. For a company determined to keep providing its product for free, and for something built using Open Source and community input and involvement, it’s an amazing product. While it took me a little while to get used tobecause I was changing over from the Movable Type interface to which I was accustomedI have to give WordPress really big props for achieving so much.
Open Source really can work! I really does work. So these days I am thinking about how and when I might change over to some flavour of Linux. I’m kind of tired of the bugginess of Windows, even the relatively better XP form, and I wouldn’t mind something a little more challenging to sink my teeth intoand something a little more customizable, as well. Someone recommended Ubuntu to me, and since Lime’s brought back her laptop for a Windows reinstall, I’m thinking of fiddling up an Ubuntu installation on it and playing with it for a couple of days first, before resintalling Windows. We’ll see what I think of it. If it looks good, I’ll probably just get my hands on an old PC-방 unit and install it, to work my way slowly up the learning curve without having to give up the comfort of the familiar all at once. (Though I may find in the end I need to just dive straight in if I’m really going to make the switch.)
Is anyone else out there running some form of Linux? Any advice for me? I don’t usually run much in the way of games; it’s mainly web browsing, email, word processing, image editing, and so on… although I am getting into one online game (which I posted about here) with some pretty high software/hardware requirements, and for whichif I switched to LinuxI’d need a new video card.