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Jahocolips
October 27th, 2010, 08:31 PM
My roommate Ian Johnson (http://www.enja.org) and I, Nathan Crock (http://www.mathnathan.com), are on the Florida LoCo and wanted to share our love for Ubuntu. We're all alone up here in Tallahassee, but after the epic release party that we threw, I don't think it will be that way much longer!

Check out what we did!

Ubuntu Girls Photo Shoot

http://mathnathan.com/2010/10/25/ubuntu-10-10-photo-shoot/

10.10 Ubuntu Release Party

http://enja.org/2010/10/27/10-10-ubuntu-release-party-tallahassee-fl/

We hope to make the release party for 11.04 even bigger!

Bölvaður
October 27th, 2010, 09:20 PM
Looks cool mate, well done =D>
Just fix the links will you ^^

Jahocolips
October 27th, 2010, 09:27 PM
All patched up! Thanks for catching that...

agnes
October 27th, 2010, 11:54 PM
In attempt to “cross the chasm” between the tech-savvy Linux world, and the modern-pop culture world


modern-pop culture world

the what :confused:

Firstly. If you are in a University and judging MTV-style pop culture on the same level as "modern" (i.e. contemporary) culture something has horribly gone wrong somewhere.http://i.fokzine.net/s/emo.gif

Secondly. It is not closing the gap between the "Linux world" and the "modern"/"common" world anyway. The fact you only used the sensuality of women for the "propaganda", firmly reinforces the common stereotype(s) about Linux users.

(Now perhaps some people will think I only say this because I don't like the girls because I'm a girl/woman/feminist/blabla etc. Well firstly that wouldn't make the argument invalid anyway; and secondly I actually think they look pretty hot, I'm just waiting for the video in which you have (quasi-)intercourse with the girls under a soundtrack of Snoop Dogg to promote Ubuntu - cuz that would be, like, soooo cool.)

johntaylor1887
October 27th, 2010, 11:59 PM
Looks like it was a very cool party. Wish I could have been there.

johntaylor1887
October 28th, 2010, 12:05 AM
the what :confused:

Firstly. If you are in a University and judging MTV-style pop culture on the same level as "modern" (i.e. contemporary) culture something has horribly gone wrong somewhere.http://i.fokzine.net/s/emo.gif

Secondly. It is not closing the gap between the "Linux world" and the "modern"/"common" world anyway. The fact you only used the sensuality of women for the "propaganda", firmly reinforces the common stereotype(s) about Linux users.

(Now perhaps some people will think I only say this because I don't like the girls because I'm a girl/woman/feminist/blabla etc. Well firstly that wouldn't make the argument invalid anyway; and secondly I actually think they look pretty hot, I'm just waiting for the video in which you have (quasi-)intercourse with the girls under a soundtrack of Snoop Dogg to promote Ubuntu - cuz that would be, like, soooo cool.)

Did you really have to try and turn this thread into a heated debate type thing? It's just a bunch of young people trying to have some fun. Geez.

Paul820
October 28th, 2010, 12:08 AM
You smashed some printers :shock: Please tell me they were broken, if not, what a waste :(