LinuxWorld.com.au: Do You Walk The Linux Walk?Oct 14, 2000, 15:13 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sam Varghese)
"To the uninitiated, Peter Giorgilli looks like the normal office worker. Neat, clean, tie knotted and shirt sleeves buttoned up, Pete wouldn't attract much attention in a crowd."
"But in the office, it's a different story. There are a multitude of green screens on the desks around his workspace -- which, to any computer user means just one thing -- and after just one look, it becomes obvious that what Peter has going on his machine is slightly off the beaten track."
"Pete is one of the rare blokes in the field of computing who uses Linux on his machine for all his regular office work. While many others would be proud to announce their acquisition of the latest hardware, Pete is one of those who is proud to say that he runs what is probably the oldest machine in the company -- a Pentium 75."