Why would anyone doubt that temporal abnormalities are possible? Who could possibly doubt that time can bend? Why would discussion of temporal anomalies at any point send up alarm bells concerning mental well being? The Law of Relativity, called a theory by those incapable of understanding it, is self evident in its proof. The speed of light is only a reference point to the truth behind the equations. The speed of electric current easily breaks the temporal barrier. Science and spirituality are not in any way at odds; neither is the concept that the progression of one's own lifespan can happen both in a temporally linear and curved direction in conflict with neither one. (changed either to neither - quite a mistake, seriously)
OpenBSD 4.9 was released on May 1. An operating system geared for network ability does not get any tighter. For the people who just have to watch Flash or use multimedia it would take... some work, depending on the age of your system. Everything else is hard as a rock, despite any rumors. If anybody out there gets bored with Linux code, there's always BSD to tap for more knowledge, and BSD users will often say that it is superior to Linux (every Linux).
AntiX Mepis 11, dubbed Jayaben Desai, was released today. For fans of IceWM (Rox) or FluxBox, the live CD carries everything you need. It includes Japanese, Chinese and Korean fonts. Anybody new to open source computing may want to know that starting with this one may require some patience. There's a lot of do-it-yourself to arrive at the awesome desktop. It makes me salivate, but there's just no way for me to work with it right now.
The boring: The other Windows, Ubuntu, just put another 10,000 machines directly into the workplace. Ubuntu remains very simple, easy to modify and very supported through incredibly active forums. Canonical's market share continues to rise, as if that means anything. Ubuntu is free to those know how to download and burn ISO's (that qualification eliminates a large percentage of prospective users). Microsoft still rules the market from far on high, and that likely won't change anytime soon.
Yawn. So this is what my posts are like when I'm not creating something. It's like a sleep aid. This makes me feel the need to create something, before my brain waves become so feeble I lapse into a coma and someone calls Jack Kevorkian, Jr. (the taxidermist).