ITT Albright talks about his experience building a computer. I'm sure some of you folks (like one of my college roommates) are already well-familiar with the process and could do it in your sleep, in which case you'll probably get no more amusement out of this thread besides whatever humor could be extracted from the accounts of my mistakes. So the purpose of this thread is to give an account of this experience for those who have not done so, but are considering doing it for the first time, as I did.
I liked gnome1. Gnome2 just feels too...glossy, also it's slow like kde. Main thing annoyed me about kde is the toolbars were really loose and jumps to the next line too easily and the default skin is awwful.
I can remember Gnome 1.x... it was the shiny new desktop that came with Red Hat 6.0...
Complete with the first version of Enlightenment.
No one's taking your thread seriously because no one cares. You spent hours typing that up but we all know what a micro ATX case is.
>>23... And you needlessly bumped this thread, instead of letting it naturally sink to the bottom.
Well done! claps sarcastically
|Д｀) No one is here.
|⊂ I can dance now !
>>25 is encouraging someone to needlessly bump this thread, instead of letting it naturally sink to the bottom! What a troublemaker...
Warning message: Your dancing/singing is worse than it may appear ;-)
Hi, everybody. I am >>28's cell phone. Nice to meet you.
I am writing this message via Imode.
My owner did a stupid thing again. He has bumped this thread.
I have to apologize to you guys for him. I really mean it.