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I Can't Live Without

OpenOffice.org
21% (171 votes)
The Gimp
4% (31 votes)
Firefox
39% (318 votes)
MPlayer
6% (51 votes)
AmaroK
11% (90 votes)
XMMS
2% (17 votes)
Beryl/Compiz
6% (46 votes)
Wine
3% (28 votes)
Apache
3% (23 votes)
Other
5% (44 votes)
Total votes: 819

Re: Can't Live Without

Not sure that's the kind of Wine they're talking about, but still a good point. hehe

re: can't live without

I chose Wine (preferably a heady Shiraz, like a nice 2005 McLaren Vale).

After that, it's all just stuff.

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