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linux needs more porn

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Yes, I went there, and by ‘Linux’ I mean generic software that runs on the platform. This week is the annual Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, and there’s at least a billion users out there who think the computer is at best a porn delivery device.

Linux doesn’t need more codecs; those can be had easily enough. But it does need simpler backup and photo management software. Oddly, one of the best on the Windows side is a fantastic file manager named XYplorer. The simple ability to press CTRL+P to copy a file address is ever helpful, among its search abilities. Perhaps a porn distro is in order.

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gotta have a little fun once in a while. can't be all business all the time.

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