Installing Linux with Speakup Scheduled at CSUN

Scott Howell showell at
Sun Nov 17 11:17:38 EST 2002

Ah, let me make sure I do state that in my mind, knowledge is power and 
a lack of knowledge is or the amount of knowledge is incumbent upon the 
user. Like the example of driving; you got a car, but its up to you to 
learn how to operate it and care for it. Of course caring for it can be 
either your job or you can pay someone to do it for you, but of course 
you can do it yourself and pay someone to do the things you are not 
equip to do. I think you can apply this to many things in life 
including computers.


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