SUPERstitious

I admit that I’m superstitious. I’m the kind who wears read to important exams, who eats (in this order) a hotdog and two eggs on exam days (so I can get 100), who plans the week according to the horoscope, and who does online tarot readings (because physical reading is such a hassle).

And I was very delighted to find that Taurus should go on an overseas trip, according to the year 2008 horoscope of a magazine. Yipee!

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Are you superstitious?

I will miss my Ubuntu

I tried out Ubuntu 6.01 during February while I was home for the Chinese New Year holidays. It was exciting seeing a brand new desktop but I couldn’t access my other MS folders so it was useless. Plus, I had to catch a plane an hour later. So it didn’t really worked out.

When I was going to get a new laptop, I had considered getting a Dell with Ubuntu. Apart from satisfying the inner show off in me, I wouldn’t have to use Vista (which was having a bad reputation). But, in the end, the local Dell didn’t carry Ubuntu laptops so I got a cheap Acer during the computer fair.

I wanted to get a decided to give Ubuntu another try when I came back in May. I burned the latest version of it and the CDs didn’t work. It turned out to be my fault as I didn’t burn it in the right format.

I’ve been using Ubuntu for about a month and a half. I like it a lot more than Windows because my downloads are a lot faster with Ubuntu and bugs and virus won’t infect my system.

Come to think of it, the only reason I want to use Ubuntu is because there’ll be very little virus if I download using bittorent. Ha ha. Perhaps, in the end, it’s actually I’ll miss my bt downloads

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Nice interface. The buttons on the top and right bars are shortcuts. Ubuntu has lots of free games loaded. I like blackjack

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