"I'm enjoying the recent media madness over the presidential
election; it has been a real learning experience. For example, I've
learned that I should be able to get just about anything I want by
claiming to be "disenfranchised." Last night when my wife served
meat loaf, I complained that I would have requested something else,
but her dinner choices were too confusing. If she didn't want me to
feel disenfranchised, she would have to make a whole new dinner. It
didn't work, but I can't get the major news networks to breathe
down her neck with claims of illegal menus."
"In the unlikely event that you're an all-Linux shop, Windows
fans in your organization may feel a little disenfranchised. In the
more likely event that you're an all-Windows shop, Linux users are
almost certainly disenfranchised." "Here's one way to enfranchise
both groups: get a copy of NeTraverse Win4Lin 2.0. (Win4Lin 2.0 is
currently in beta. See Resources for more details.) Win4Lin
allows you to install Windows 95 or Windows 98 as an application
that runs on Linux. When you start up Windows, it appears in a
window on your desktop; you can then install and run almost any
Windows application. (You can't run most games because Win4Lin
doesn't support DirectX.)"
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