I’m a professional troubleshooter (a.k.a. IT Guy) and I’ve been using Linux as my main desktop OS for over a decade, at home as well as at work (even though I’ve worked predominately in Windows shops).
Professionally I work for an IT services company, supporting mostly Windows servers and desktops belonging to our clients and end users.
Personally, I’m a writer, a gamer, and a musician, and I’m also a movie buff. I still love technology though, and I’m always tinkering with computers on my home network.
I’m more technical than the “average user” by quite a ways, but I like to think that there’s no reason why Linux and Free/Open Source Software can’t find a home on the average user’s desktop as a part of their everyday computing life.
I love to play around with technology, and I love to talk about it, so stick around and let me know what you’re thinking.
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