"One of the advantages of combining public transport and mobile
computing is that you can spend the time you're commuting on
something useful (if you consider blogging to be something useful
of course). I'm using LyX to write this article, but Firefox, GIMP,
LaTex2RTF, ImageMagick, Apache, MySQL, PHP, Graphviz, bash, GCC and
my own 4tH compiler are installed as well. And no, this is not a
Linux laptop, it is a Windows XP laptop. Yes, your deduction was
correct, I've been providing MS-DOS and MS-Windows versions of 4tH
for as long as I can remember, it's not like Microsoft has
recruited me lately. And no, it is not my laptop, it is my
employers laptop. Since the Netherlands may be most retarded
country in the world where Open Source is concerned it
automatically comes with MS-Windows. Fortunately, I was able to
install my own stuff as well, because a Windows XP laptop with
MS-Office is less than useful to me..."
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