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my favourite delicious.com tags: !!! 475 10.3 18 64studio 20 admin 284 adobe 37 amarok 21 apple 43 applications 25 apt 40 apt-get 38 aptitude 19 ati 32 audio 52 backup 34 blog 39 blogs 17 bookmarks-old 1489 books 77 boot 45 business 29 caps 131 charts 16 cluster 23 compiz 62 computer 112 configuration 20 cups 32 debian 322 design 24 desktop 36 development 19 disk-space 18 documentation 115 download 109 driver 35 drivers 82 drivers-wlan 57 email 33 error-messages 128 extensions 18 fedora 138 finance 457 fink 17 firefox 83 firefox:bookmarks 26 flash 48 fonts 29 freeware 29 gimp 21 gmail 17 gnome 33 google 63 graphics 80 guide 31 hardware 46 hedge-funds 16 howto 339 hp 20 hp_color_laserjet_1600 23 html 17 imported 1545 install 58 installation 81 intel 19 internet 35 ipod 33 java 51 kde 55 kde4 17 kernel 30 latex 42 lifehacker 17 linux 1204 lisp 20 mac 183 macbook 39 macosx 24 media 66 mozilla 26 mp3 24 multimedia 22 music 56 network 66 networking 27 news 122 nvidia 54 oil 19 openoffice 22 opensource 52 opensuse 23 oreilly 19 os 25 osx 79 packages 46 pdf 23 perl 17 plugin 28 presentations 37 presse 21 printer 46 programming 82 redhat 16 reference 157 repositories 24 reviews 19 rpm 19 samba 41 science 39 search 34 security 76 server 56 software 470 sonstiges 796 sonstigesungeordnet 440 sound 28 streaming 23 suse 101 suselinux 161 suselinuxsonstiges 93 sysadmin 116 tech 32 technology 32 tex 26 themes 22 thunderbird 31 tools 163 tutorial 152 tutorials 68 tweaks 30 ubuntu 405 unix 26 update 39 upgrade 20 utilities 28 video 100 virtual_appliances 21 virtualization 28 vista 112 vmware 336 vmware-server 33 vmware-workstation 21 web 29 webdesign 43 wifi 18 wiki 84 wikipedia 22 windows 170 wine 17 wireless 31 wlan 58 xorg 19 youtube 17 yum

the summary: (printer: hp_color_laserjet_1600, cups), (linux: ubuntu, debian, suse, fedora, redhat, kde, kde4, gnome, admin, sysadmin, lifehacker, oreilly, unix, kernel), (graphics: nvidia, ati), (applications: mozilla, firefox, gimp, compiz, (la)tex, adobe, openoffice, packages, apt-get, aptitude, yum, rpm, repositories, software), (macbook: mac, (mac)osx, fink), vmware(vmware-server, vmware-workstation), (windows:wine, samba), (email :gmail), (programming: perl, lisp), (music: ipod, 64studio, amarok, mp3).

i seem to have this bad habit of using ("sonstiges" ("other"): "sonstigesungeordnet" ("othernotsorted"(!)), "suselinuxsonstiges" ("suselinuxother")) and "!!!" as tags. i have deleted all math, physics, finance, etc.

19 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On June 06, 2009 at 11:01 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

okay, to make this more relevant I promise to publish the substructure of the "finance" tag as well. maybe tomorrow ...

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#2) On June 06, 2009 at 11:22 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

well I guess I am a nerd. sometimes.

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#3) On June 06, 2009 at 11:24 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

"oil" is a leftover from the "finance" tags!

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#4) On June 06, 2009 at 11:26 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

"presse" is German for "press".

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#5) On June 06, 2009 at 11:28 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

at least I am not very good at being a computer nerd as you can infer from "error-messages 128".

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#6) On June 06, 2009 at 11:31 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

"10.3" is "suse linux 10.3". the rest should be pretty much self-explanatory ...

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#7) On June 06, 2009 at 11:42 PM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

vmware(vmware-server, vmware-workstation)

(vmware: vmware-server, vmware-workstation)

okay. that's it, I think.

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#8) On June 07, 2009 at 12:04 AM, ajm101 (32.75) wrote:

No SaS or cloud in there?

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#9) On June 07, 2009 at 12:07 AM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

no.

I am so yesterday, I know ...

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#10) On June 07, 2009 at 12:43 AM, ChrisGraley (29.89) wrote:

Porty, you need to focus that massive brain of yours on marketing.

I tend not to click your posts, because when I'm culling headines, yours just say "..."

I have no idea if "..." is important to what I'm looking for.

Next, you tend to use way too many links.

If I ask you if you like cheese, most people will post "yes or no" but you will post a link to the national cheese website. I'll click on the link, but I still don't know if the answer is yes or no.

Obviously your a voracious reader, and when you're challenged you put up great arguments. You have great opinions, but for some reason, you're afraid to say them directly.

The link posting thing is getting way out of control. You're now posting links to links! When I follow both links, I still don't get your answer to the question.

If you want to be taken seriously, you have to start posting opinions. You can still add links, but you have to back the link up with an opinion. 

Have you seen the movie ,"A beautiful mind" You remind me more and more of the protagonist's struggle. You're struggling to put a massive amount of information up, with few words and massive links.

It's actually your words that will sway most people, when you have things to say, but for some reason you're afraid to say them.

Links to other blog posts are very unnecessary. If you can't sum up what you said before, then just don't post that at all.

Last but not least Porty, this is not an attack. You have a great mind, but that isn't enough. You have to get your point across by  yourself.

You had a post of just links that were 1-15 recently. I wasn't willing to click the first link, because I didn't want to click all 15 to figure out what you were talking about. I've clicked way too many links trying to figure out your opinion. Express it, and post the links after people push you for proof.

Last but not least physics major! Bring me a half-dead cat or I'll kick your ass in 11 different dimensions!

I hope that was a good physics joke that translates well into German.

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#11) On June 07, 2009 at 1:15 AM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

#10 i have written (a few hours ago, somewhere) about the classification system of landau. that protagonist of "a beautiful mind" would be in class 1 in mathematics and in economics. he won the sveriges riksbank prize in economic sciences in memory of alfred nobel (14 years before krugman did). he has not won the fields medal. I am in class 6 or worse in mathematics and 7 or worse in economics ("pathological" cases are in class 5, but I am beyond pathological). so i may be equally disturbing, but of lower quality by a huge margin.

i like that movie. i like cheese less.

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#12) On June 07, 2009 at 1:28 AM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

You have great opinions, but for some reason, you're afraid to say them directly.

I have hardly ever expressed an opinion here.

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#13) On June 07, 2009 at 1:37 AM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

(a few hours ago, somewhere)

(quite a few hours ago, somewhere)

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#14) On June 07, 2009 at 1:48 AM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

Obviously your a voracious reader, ...

I do most of my reading "on demand". That might create a false impression.

I've clicked way too many links trying to figure out your opinion.

You should not do that, I agree.

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#15) On June 07, 2009 at 3:49 AM, kaskoosek (87.51) wrote:

Debian??

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#16) On June 07, 2009 at 3:53 AM, kaskoosek (87.51) wrote:

Linux kills the soul port.

 

I advise to go out and see the sun.

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#17) On June 07, 2009 at 5:51 AM, foolsMeThrice (99.63) wrote:

you can start by adding titles to your blog posts.  this way it will force you to focus on what you want to talk about.

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#18) On June 07, 2009 at 7:08 AM, portefeuille (99.60) wrote:

I am not using linux as of late.

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#19) On June 07, 2009 at 10:00 AM, kaskoosek (87.51) wrote:

no pron?

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