Two Truths And A Lie
I think probably everybody has played this game at one point or another in their lives. I’ve played it several times since the COVID-19 pandemic really started. I thought that it might be fun to give it a shot here on the Internet!
First things first, I’m not going to be doing technicalities. There will be no “I’m the oldest of three” when I’m the oldest of four (neither of those are true by the way). If you’d like to answer, I’ll be posting this on Fosstodon, so you can simply reply to me on your Mastodon account. If you don’t have a Mastodon account, I highly suggest you get one! Just go to Join Mastodon and find an instance that matches your particular tastes. Once you’ve done that, you can find me here.
If you’ve got any other questions, feel free to hit me up on Mastodon too. I’m pretty much there all the time.
So, here we go.
- The first time I tried Linux was on a Mac.
- My parents encouraged me to learn about computers when I was a kid.
- I’ve personally compiled the Linux kernel on multiple occasions.
There ya go. Short and sweet. I can’t wait to see what you think I’ve fibbed on.
Day 71 of the #100DaysToOffload Series:
Looking for comments? There are no comments. It's not that I don't care what you think, it's just that I don't want to manage a comments section.
If you want to comment, there's a really good chance I at least mentioned this post on Fosstodon, and you can reply to me there. If you don't have a Mastodon account, I'd suggest giving it a try.
If you don't want to join Mastodon, and you still want to comment, feel free to use my contact information.
Also, don't feel obligated, but if you feel like buying me a ☕ cup of coffee ☕ I won't say no.