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Re: [gNewSense-users] Computer Won't Boot

From: quiliro
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] Computer Won't Boot
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2011 22:30:49 -0500 (ECT)
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<cita quién="Harry">
> On Jan 1, 2011, at 8:14 PM, address@hidden wrote:
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>> Do you want to promote iPhone? Even though I disagree, I would
>> understand
>> if you would please explain why.
> Really I think you guys are making a mountain of a molehill with that
> signature,

I think it is a very important matter. I think everything I or anyone does
could change the World. Have you heard of Theory of Caos?

> I honestly couldn't care whether it's there or not and only
> delete it when I'm emailing someone important.

I think everyone could be the most important person I could communicate
with any minute: That is why I spend time exchanging emails with you.
Please consider this point of view.

> I think one should use whatever phone he prefers. For hardware and circuit
> board hackers, the Neo Freerunner is shaping up to be a great phone (I've
> been keeping an eye on that for a while) in my opinion, but if you're like
> me, you might want an iPhone. Android is good for anyone who wants to use
> that as well. I'm not promoting it, but I'm not exactly promoting
> gNewSense either. I may write a great review of gNS on Twitter (or
>, if you insist :P) that in turn, brings people to gNewSense, but
> the intent of that review would not be to promote. It would be to let
> everyone else know which I prefer, and obviously they shouldn't just go
> off my opinion and I can't read their minds.

Everyone promotes what they use because people tend to trust other
people's experiences if they lack their own in that field, specially if
they see it advertised (even as a simple signature).

Don't think that your actions are not influential. Think about what are
the effects of what you support or boycott. They are not trivial.

You are making great good by using gNS because of many reasons:
- greater user base
- testing
- advocacy
- other contributions based on your knowledge and abilities of software,
people, marketing, etc.

Thank you.

Please consider that what you do is very important.

Quiliro Ordóñez
Quito, Ecuador

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