Image Source: Imgur
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I have been a GNOME fan for as long as I can remember. It was Ubuntu/Gnome2 that got me interested in Linux about 5 years ago. My desktop looked like this in those days:
After the Gnome3/Gnome-Shell debacle, I decided to finally part ways with Gnome, using ArchLinux, I had a whole load of choices of DEs/WMs to use. I’ve used Openbox, i3, XFCE and finally KDE4, I have a fairly fast system with good specs so my system would be more than capable of running KDE4.
Without any modification, my KDE system looks like this:
I got tired of the ‘dull’ KDE default look and I began tinkering with the interface, after a lot of hits and misses, I finally settled on this look:
Things I did/installed to get this look on ArchLinux -
KDE4 offers a lot(a bit too much in my opinion) of packages as standard. I had to disable “Nepomuk” cos I don’t need it and it unnecessarily hogs my system resources.
Now, I have a very stable KDE4 installation running on ArchLinux and I think KDE4 is going to be running on my system for the foreseeable future.
“President Barack Obama was never going to be a champion of civil liberties; he leads a growing sect of the Democratic party that prioritizes the collective good and mass innovation over individualism”
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Obama was re-elected to the obvious relief of many people around the globe, even the UK Conservatives were relived that he’d won because they just couldn’t bear the thought of working with a man like Romney.
Fast-forward a few months after his re-election and the list of mistakes that his administration has made(and is making) keeps getting longer. In case you just woke up from a coma, here are some reminders ..
If the trend continues, the Democrats would be finished by the end of his term as President, to say majority of his supporters are disappointed with his performance as President in his second term would be an understatement. Obama has gone wildly off-course and I fear there is no going back.