Why I’m going back to Linux after five years of using macOS

I’ve been a supporter of the Electronic Frontier Foundation since 2004. Their work on privacy, free expression and technology are all things I am passionate about. For the last year or so, I have become more concerned with privacy issues in technology. The rise in big data and how everything is tracking everything we do has given me significant concerns. I’ve been giving a lot of thought to which ecosystems I want to stay in.

Top 10 Commands

Jumping on the latest meme bandwagon, my top 10 commands: history|awk '{a[$2]++ } END{for(i in a){print a[i] " " i}}'|sort -rn|head<br /> 261 cd<br /> 122 cvc<br /> 120 ls<br /> 112 sudo<br /> 67 ./fixmissingfiles<br /> 62 yelp<br /> 51 hg<br /> 48 rmake<br /> 42 conary<br /> 27 geany<br />

UT3 Delays

Phoronix has another story up on the continued delay of the UT3 Linux client, ported by Ryan Gordon, aka icculus . One sentenced in the story rubbed me the wrong way: Ryan Gordon, the one responsible for the Unreal Tournament Linux ports, has yet to provide the Linux gaming community with any status update or respond to our inquiries. I don’t understand how it is Ryan’s responsibility to provide an update.