Wiggly Windows

I love Compiz. I won't lie to you. Sometimes, however, I worry that it's making me a dumber employee. Sure, my coworkers may play their Windows Solitaire for hours on end, but I just grab my browser window and shake it like a dog to watch it jiggle. And I like it.

When the Windows user playing solitaire on company time is the one looking more intelligent, I worry. Darn you Linux for being so fun...

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Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

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n00b wife

baillio2's picture

I know what you mean. My wife doesn't get it either. When I first got Compiz to work with Fiesty, I was overjoyed. I couldn't stop talking about how cool it was. She kind of just smiled and gave me that, "I married a geek" look. But COME ON! The windows JIGGLE for goodness sakes!

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In fact, my wife walked into our bedroom last night, and said, "What are you doing?" For some reason, she didn't think the jiggly windows were quite as fascinating. What a n00b. ;)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

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