heiowge wrote:We managed to get one of these ex-display (there were none available within 30 miles or for delivery that weren't ex display):
http://www.comet.co.uk/p/Laptops/buy-AS ... top/733725
ScannerDarkly wrote:Anything but a Leemote Yoolong with a free BIOS is an enemy of your freedom.
M-Saunders wrote:ScannerDarkly wrote:Anything but a Leemote Yoolong with a free BIOS is an enemy of your freedom.
Yeah, because I find I really can't get anything done without reading my BIOS source code. If only my BIOS was open -- then I'd have the freedom to program, browse the web, watch videos, listen to music, play games, talk to friends, and have an awesome time.
Oh wait, I already have those freedoms. Because my definition of "freedom" is much more sensible than yours
ScannerDarkly wrote:Mike, I'd already figured you didn't respect user freedom, as I've noticed your articles in "Linux Format" -- or what I've recently taken to calling "GNU/Linux Format" -- are released under a non-free font.
nelz wrote:free electrons.
bobthebob1234 wrote:What sort of free electrons?
Free as in liberated, or free as in cost?
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