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"Now it's time to say goodbye, to all our fam i ly..."

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I find myself becoming argumentative and generally frustrated trying to argue about nuances in Linux development and that is not what I want to come across as or be. I want to be enthusiastic and optimistic about Linux and it's potential where I am concerned as a tech and admin.

So, I will be letting Polar Bears and Penguins go. I want to thank everyone who visited and was supportive of the things posted here.

Thank you to everyone who signed on as a "friend" to the site. It really made my day to see people as sick and twisted as I am to want to keep regular track of this site.

If you like and care to read what further I might have to discuss about how I and others integrate Linux into small business networks and environments, you are most welcome to visit BEL Project. I will continue posting on how I see Linux fitting into that environment on that site.

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