Dilbert. This is an oldie, looks to me like 1995-06-24.
Funny, some Unix-folks I know of fit that description remarkably well.
Dilbert again, 1999-03-29/30. Dogbert saves the day.
Jason Fox and his friend Marcus seem to have a good grip on Linux.
Robotman, 1999-09-10. Monty has cleaned up Robotman's disks.
Luckily, Robotman later seemed to recover his original OS and stop
According to Dr. Fun
(a.k.a. Dave Farley), Windows+Linux is a rather kinky combination...
Not really Linux, but I felt it fitted in here. The story goes on with
Mike rejecting Murgatroy's acquisition offer, then being forced out of
business when Microsoft releases a competing product for free.
(«free» as in beer...)
Alex has just arrived on her summer camp for geek kids.
2002-02-25. Jason is only moderately impressed by MosX.
2002-08-29. A Norwegian entry here.
Notice the T-shirt on the geeky lad to the rigth.
(Nemi is this Goth-girl, hosting the party, answering the door)
Nemi: Sorry, you can't come in here! Pity.
Cyan, in the back: About time... She has dreamt about
this since 6th grade.
2003-06-05. I doubt they will make it boot anyway.
2006-05-13. Another norwegian entry. Mads (or more likely
his brother) is giving away computer advise, all of which seems
to end up with "install linux".
2007-01-25. I thought Linus was from Finland? Or is that
On a completely but not quite unrelated note, here are some
cool Unix products:
Unix nappies. (source)
Unix fire extinguisher.
Picture by Tormod.
Linux detergent, and "micro&soft" fabric softener.
Apparently in some German-speaking country.
I don't remember where I got this, but the pic contains the URL
Linux detergent, obviously the same product as in picture above.
Original picture here.
Got this from Charles Banas (greyfade-twirl-greyfade.org).
The jolly green hacker is Josh Parrish (josh-twirl-keylime.nu).
Jeppe Dyrby (jeppe.dyrby-twirl-gmail.com) sent me this
picture of a Danish Linux fireplace:
Morten Juhl Johansen (mjj-twirl-syntaktisk.dk) sent me
a link to the product pages. (Well, I assume it's the same product).
That's something to consider for my next investment in
I've had this snapshot lurking in my photo collection for some time:
"Solaris" Glass Bricks! Apparently, this is from this
plenty more of these...