Re: I would like to give my congradulation
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Daniel Burrows wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 05:46:43PM -0600, "Walt L. Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say:
>> Was 10.1 bad? I wouldn't know. I went straight from 10.0, which
>> was a fairly decent system, to 10.3. Although, the day I read the
>> announcement of SuSE's buy out I got the feeling they wouldn't
>> last long. American corporate ethics are really pretty poor these
>> days. It's almost like they teach this form of bad conduct in
>> the schools of business.
> After it came out that Enron had been cooking the books for years and
> the company imploded, I remember hearing an interview on NPR with a
> professor of business ethics at a business school. She said something
> to the effect that the Enron scandal showed that we needed to teach
> business students to implement proper document retention practices
> (meaning: destroy old incriminating documents so the investigators can't
> catch you).
> As far as I can tell from current events, business ethics have not
> improved since.
9.2 was the only version i ever used (and didn't totally hate), it was
the only distro that everything worked off the bat with my ancient
laptop, debian with 99% of the system modified was quite good though,
now i'm playing with gentoo.. will likely go back to debian sid though.
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