“What country needs an incentive to take care of its people?”
“We all have the capacity to be quite bad—under the right circumstances.”
“You use Linux everyday, whether you know it or not…”
The Linux Foundation
“Can I be facebookfriends with my parents? Should I add someone I don’t really know? Will other people think my status update’s funny?”
Joep van Osch
“This is a quick introduction to some of the new features in OpenOffice.org 3.1.”
“Clearly, somebody in this room murdered Lord Smythe.”
I was just following the swearing-in of Barack Obama as the 44th President and listening to his Inaugural Address. It appears to me that, at long last, the United States of America have got a class act to lead them.
“When you say ‘I think he’s a racist’, that’s not a bad move because you might be wrong. That’s a bad move because you might be right.”
“Start using ODF today. It’s the office document format of the future.”
Robin Cook, one of few political figures to command my lasting respect, has suddenly died on August 6, 2005. If you are only ever going to read one political statement made to the House of Commons, read Robin Cooks’s resignation speech from 18 March, 2003.