Lilli Marleen

Lillis place for rants and musing about life, universe and the whole rest. Mostly left, mostly sarcastic, sometimes in german, sometimes in Lilli-english.

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As you might see soon, english is not my mothertongue. And since english speaking people are used to others stumble around in their language, I hope I don't make too much of an idiot of myself here. So - my deepest apologies adressed to the English Language for not worshipping her better.

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Blogs I like:
Arons Israel Peace Weblog
Daddy, Papa & Me
The Lefty Directory
view from the back window of my pickup truck
Hi, I'm black!
Papa Scott
A Fistful Of Euros
The Russian Dilettante
Little Yellow Different

German Blogs I read:

Lyssas Lounge
London Leben
industrial-technology and witchcraft
Anke Groener
Almost a Diary
Beruf Terrorist

Other links:
Social Democrats in Germany
Die Zeit
(a german newspaper)
(the german magazine)
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook
Roots of English Dictionary
Rautavistische Universitaet



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Mittwoch, Mai 28, 2003
Munich goes with Linux!
The city of Munich has choosen to change from Microsoft to Linux in their computers. This is a funny decision, even when I think it's a good, one. Microsofts german central is in Munich, so they are employer in that area. Sure - Microsoft is more expensive and, since I'm working in the city office of cologen, I'd also like us making this step over to Linux. But sure there are not just a few problems. Linux might be cheaper but who will administrate it? I mean we're not talking a little company with 10 employees. We're talking a few thousand users at once, we're talking about a few hundreds different programs, applications, partly very special ones. It would be difficult or at least cost money to have them developed for Linux. We're talking about a few hundred people working in the IT of this, some of them just having made their MCSE and other Microsoft certificates - and paid the hell of money for it. But anyway - even when I don't like bavarian accent and stuff - Hugh Five to Munich!