@hund The description on top reminds me of a comment I read on Reddit about a month ago (I don't remember it word by word, but I'll try):
"With MacOS, you learn to adapt to your computer. With Linux, you learn to adapt your computer to you."
It's also true for Windows, IMO.
@maxigaz That's very true!
@maxigaz @hund This is one of the reasons why I strongly advocate for the development of Linux accessibility. I think (maybe this is stereotypical) most blind people like Apple's a11y and commitment to such better than the competition, but imagine if Linux came along and offered the same level of access, but MUCH more customisability. That's said, unusual for Apple is the amount of options you get in the VoiceOver utility. Exceeding that would improve Linux access tenfold. Oh,
@Lwasserman @hund Speaking of vegetables, a few months ago I read some chapters from the book The Food Revolution, which was written by a vegetarian. I'm not a vegetarian myself (yet), but if what the author says is true, I can see a lot of parallels between turning vegetarian and switching to Linux full time.
It takes effort creating new habits and it all looks intimidating at first, but when you realise the truth behind what you've been fed with, you probably don't want to go back.
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