Discussion:
Betty's OS (S 1)
(too old to reply)
George Dance
2010-06-27 14:00:24 UTC
Permalink
Betty's OS

Betty has a computer.
Its operating system is Red Hat.
It isn't Absolute Linux or AbulÉdu
or Acados or aceos
or Acorn MOX or ACP
or Adamantix or AdaOS
or ADIOS or Adler Linux
or Admelix or ADMIRAL
or Adrenaline or AEGIS
or AerolitheOS or AGNULA
or Aimos or AIOS
or AirOS or AIX
or AIX/ESA or AIX/370
or Alcolix or Alinex
or aLinux or AliXe
or Allegro or AllianceOS
or AlliedWare or ALT Linux
or Alto OS or amaroK
or Amber or AmigaOS
or Amiga Unix or Amoeba
or Amstrad or andLinux
or ANDOS or Android
or AngelOS or Ankur
or Annvix or AnNyung
or Anonym.OS or Antarctica
or ANTEMIUM or AntiX
or AO-DOS or AOS
or Aperios or APODIO
or Apollo Domain/OS or Apollo OS
or Apostle or Apple DOS
or aquamorph or Arabian
or ArcheOS or Archie
or Archimedes OS or Arch Linux
or Ark Linux or Armed Linux
or AROS or Ardence RTX
or Arthur OS or Artist X
or ARTOS or Arudius
or ARX or Asbestos
or Asian Linux or Asianux
or ASork or ASP Linux
or Astaro or AsteriskNOW
or Atari DOS or Atari MultiTOS
or Atari TOS or Athena
or AtheOS or ATMission
or Atomix or AtomsNet
or Atomthreads or Augustux
or Aurora OS or AuroraUX
or Aurox or AUSTRUMI
or A/UX or AVIX


[...]


Read the rest at:
http:tinyurl.com/bettysos
Meat Plow
2010-06-27 16:05:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
<snip>

I know it's Sunday and all. Not much to do today. And don't get me wrong
I partake in an occasional mixed drink. But for you to be so drunk to
post such nonsense is really frightening.
Barbara's Cat
2010-06-27 18:29:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
<snip>
I know it's Sunday and all. Not much to do today. And don't get me wrong
I partake in an occasional mixed drink. But for you to be so drunk to
post such nonsense is really frightening.
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names
then posting it here implying the compilation is 'poetry'
while knowing such a silly act is going to be laughed at
is a sure sign the poster is mentally disturbed, probably
the results of their lack of social outlets and contacts,
their guilt feelings and an imagined need for punishment,
and their extremely desperate need for attention.

IOW, goober George just ain't right in the head.
--
Cm~

"The Kindle forums look like just another place
for wannabes without readers."
- George Dance explaining why
his work belongs on Kindle.
Will Dockery
2010-06-27 22:41:42 UTC
Permalink
Post by Barbara's Cat
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names
<snip>

Hello, Barbie!

How have you been?

--
Facebook page for alt.arts.poetry.comments:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stereomonster/14172455913?v=wall#!/group.php?gid=105463832836304
Fred Hall
2010-06-28 03:02:39 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 27 Jun 2010 15:41:42 -0700 (PDT), Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Barbara's Cat
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names
<snip>
Hello, Barbie!
How have you been?
What's your analysis of Dance's poem, Dockery?
Will Dockery
2010-06-28 03:16:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by Fred Hall
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Barbara's Cat
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names
<snip>
Hello, Barbie!
How have you been?
What's your analysis of Dance's poem, Dockery?
I gave my opinions on the poem a couple of times earlier this month, I
believe on this thread... or another one like it. I'll see if I can
locate it & repost.

--
Will Dockery, Folk Rock / Blues / Experimental:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Will Dockery
2010-06-28 06:34:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Fred Hall
What's your analysis of Dance's poem, Dockery?
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
Betty has a computer.
Its operating system is Red Hat.
It isn't Absolute Linux or AbuEdu
or Acados or aceos
or Acorn MOX or ACP
or Adamantix or AdaOS
or ADIOS or Adler Linux
or Admelix or ADMIRAL
or Adrenaline or AEGIS
or AerolitheOS or AGNULA
or Aimos or AIOS
or AirOS or AIX
or AIX/ESA or AIX/370
or Alcolix or Alinex
or aLinux or AliXe
or Allegro or AllianceOS
or AlliedWare or ALT Linux
or Alto OS or amaroK
or Amber or AmigaOS
or Amiga Unix or Amoeba
or Amstrad or andLinux
or ANDOS or Android
or AngelOS or Ankur
or Annvix or AnNyung
or Anonym.OS or Antarctica
or ANTEMIUM or AntiX
or AO-DOS or AOS
or Aperios or APODIO
or Apollo Domain/OS or Apollo OS
or Apostle or Apple DOS
or aquamorph or Arabian
or ArcheOO or Archie
or Archimedes OS or Arch Linux
or Ark Linux or Armed Linux
or AROS or Ardence RTX
or Arthur OS or Artist X
or ARTOS or Arudius
or ARX or Asbestos
or Asian Linux or Asianux
or ASork or ASP Linux
or Astaro or AsteriskNOW
or Atari DOS or Atari TOS
or Atari MultiTOS or Athena
or AtheOS or ATMission
or Atomix or AtomsNet
or Atomthreads or Augustux
or Aurora OS or AuroraUX
or Aurox or AUSTRUMI
or A/UX or AVIX
[...]
I think I had the conversation with Uncle Dennis Hammes that satire
should be funny?
Well, I'm not saying this is satire. Satire is transformative, but
transformative doesn't need to be satire. IMO, Betty's long moved past
any dependence on the original obect of parody. The only thing that
has anything to do with that is the choice of Red Hat as the OS.
(Which made me smile, at least.)>
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...

--
Music & poetry by Will Dockery:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
mattthirteen
2010-06-28 14:20:10 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
Music & poetry by Will Dockery:http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
is this topic ever going to fucking end!

haha
Will Dockery
2010-06-28 15:23:28 UTC
Permalink
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Post by mattthirteen
is this topic ever going to fucking end!
haha
I'm not sure... perhaps when the poem is completely posted & all the
comments on it are in...
mattthirteen
2010-06-28 18:10:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Post by mattthirteen
is this topic ever going to fucking end!
haha
I'm not sure... perhaps when the poem is completely posted & all the
comments on it are in...
and, the same group participating over and over.

the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance.

you guys recycle your own stupid topics.

if it's not leonard cohen or bob dylan it's that stupid
poem that nobody cares about.

GOD!! what am i doing here?

: )
Will Dockery
2010-07-01 17:11:45 UTC
Permalink
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Post by mattthirteen
is this topic ever going to fucking end!
haha
I'm not sure... perhaps when the poem is completely posted & all the
comments on it are in...
and, the same group participating over and over.
the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance.
you guys recycle your own stupid topics.
if it's not leonard cohen or bob dylan
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?

--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
reposting fairly ancient work as if it were newly posted last month:
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
George Dance
2010-07-01 18:40:03 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance.
you guys recycle your own stupid topics.
if it's not leonard cohen or bob dylan
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
Cohen and Dylan, or "the duck" and "the dance'? Yes to the first, no
comment to the second. 8)
Post by Will Dockery
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
reposting fairly ancient work as if it were newly posted last month:http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Will Dockery
2010-07-01 21:18:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance.
you guys recycle your own stupid topics.
if it's not leonard cohen or bob dylan
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
Cohen and Dylan, or "the duck" and "the dance'? Yes to the first, no
comment to the second.  8)> --
"What he /sEd/." -Dennis M. Hammes

--
alt.arts.poetry.comments, Facebook Edition!
http://www.facebook.com/groups/edit.php?members&gid=105463832836304#!/group.php?gid=105463832836304
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
reposting fairly ancient work as if it were newly posted last month:http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
mattthirteen
2010-07-02 07:42:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
Fred, here was the start on some of my running commentary of the
"Betty" poem, along with the response from George Dance. It continues
on from this point...
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance.
you guys recycle your own stupid topics.
if it's not leonard cohen or bob dylan
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
Cohen and Dylan, or "the duck" and "the dance'? Yes to the first, no
comment to the second.  8)> --
"What he /sEd/." -Dennis M. Hammes
--
alt.arts.poetry.comments, Facebook Edition!http://www.facebook.com/groups/edit.php?members&gid=105463832836304#!...
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
reposting fairly ancient work as if it were newly posted last month:http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance....

will it ever end??
mattthirteen
2010-07-02 03:40:47 UTC
Permalink
snip
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
and, the same group participating over and over.
the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance, the duck, the dance.
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
reposting fairly ancient work as if it were newly posted last month:http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.

i might agree on two of the top jackasses, though.

: )
Will Dockery
2010-07-02 13:46:53 UTC
Permalink
Leonard Cohen & Bob Dylan...
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
I was making a reference to your Cohen & Dylan statement... you don't
agree that both those guys are two of the top poets?

--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
mattthirteen
2010-07-02 15:40:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Leonard Cohen & Bob Dylan...
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
I was making a reference to your Cohen & Dylan statement... you don't
agree that both those guys are two of the top poets?
--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
more top lyricists than poets, but some people refuse to acknowledge
the
difference. some poets dabble in song lyrics, but those two dabbled
in
poetry. leonard cohen experimented more with standard verse than
dylan.
however, neither of them clock in at top poet of the 20th century.
that title goes out to t.s. elliot or ezra pound or a whole list of
others
who wrote or still write standard verse. w.b. yeats, i'm sure, clocks
in for standard verse well before cohen. hell, even chuck bukowski
and frank stanford come in before cohen. charles wright certainly
writes better standard verse than cohen; as well as eamon grennan
and wallace stevens. elizabeth bishop comes in before cohen.
as a matter of fact, i don't even think cohen makes the top 100 of
20th century poets.

can't think of many lyricists in the 20th cent that come in before
dylan.
there are plenty of well written songs with better music than his.
however, he is one of the great lyricists of all time in my book.
cohen doesn't match dylan by a long shot, but he's def in the top
100 of the 20th century.
Will Dockery
2010-07-02 17:18:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Leonard Cohen & Bob Dylan...
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
I was making a reference to your Cohen & Dylan statement... you don't
agree that both those guys are two of the top poets?
more top lyricists than poets, but some people refuse to acknowledge
the
difference.  some poets dabble in song lyrics, but those two dabbled
in
poetry.  leonard cohen experimented more with standard verse than
dylan.
however, neither of them clock in at top poet of the 20th century.
that title goes out to t.s. elliot or ezra pound or a whole list of
others
who wrote or still write standard verse.  w.b. yeats, i'm sure, clocks
in for standard verse well before cohen.  hell, even chuck bukowski
and frank stanford come in before cohen.  charles wright certainly
writes better standard verse than cohen; as well as eamon grennan
and wallace stevens.  elizabeth bishop comes in before cohen.
as a matter of fact, i don't even think cohen makes the top 100 of
20th century poets.
can't think of many lyricists in the 20th cent that come in before
dylan.
there are plenty of well written songs with better music than his.
however, he is one of the great lyricists of all time in my book.
cohen doesn't match dylan by a long shot, but he's def in the top
100 of the 20th century.
Probably in the category Tom Snelling called "Minor 20th Century
Poets", then, in your opinion, I guess.

--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
mattthirteen
2010-07-03 03:32:35 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
the duck, the dance...
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
Probably in the category Tom Snelling called "Minor 20th Century
Poets", then, in your opinion, I guess.
--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
probably in the category of most annoying usenet posters.

: )
Will Dockery
2010-07-09 07:12:40 UTC
Permalink
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
the duck, the dance...
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
Probably in the category Tom Snelling called "Minor 20th Century
Poets", then, in your opinion, I guess.
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by mattthirteen
probably in the category of most annoying usenet posters.
:  )
I've been called worse... and lied about even more.

--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
mattthirteen
2010-07-09 12:05:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
the duck, the dance...
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
Probably in the category Tom Snelling called "Minor 20th Century
Poets", then, in your opinion, I guess.
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by mattthirteen
probably in the category of most annoying usenet posters.
:  )
I've been called worse... and lied about even more.
"have a hanky."

: )
Will Dockery
2010-07-09 15:53:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
Post by mattthirteen
Post by Will Dockery
Two of the top poets of the 20th Century, you don't agree?
--
Interesting poetry replayer using Usenet archives... noted that it is
http://www.tonews.com/post/2813439/us/arts/coil_by_will_dockery.html
Post by mattthirteen
haha-
no, i wouldn't agree.
Probably in the category Tom Snelling called "Minor 20th Century
Poets", then, in your opinion, I guess.
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by mattthirteen
probably in the category of most annoying usenet posters.
:  )
I've been called worse... and lied about even more.
"have a hanky."
:  )
"He said as he wiped the mush & drool from his chin."

"We know."

--
Poetry, music & video by Will Dockery:
http://www.property.com/videos/tag/Will%20Dockery
Peter J Ross
2010-06-29 21:37:46 UTC
Permalink
In rec.arts.poems on Sun, 27 Jun 2010 14:29:50 -0400, Barbara's Cat
Post by Barbara's Cat
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
<snip>
I know it's Sunday and all. Not much to do today. And don't get me wrong
I partake in an occasional mixed drink. But for you to be so drunk to
post such nonsense is really frightening.
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names
then posting it here implying the compilation is 'poetry'
while knowing such a silly act is going to be laughed at
is a sure sign the poster is mentally disturbed, probably
the results of their lack of social outlets and contacts,
their guilt feelings and an imagined need for punishment,
and their extremely desperate need for attention.
IOW, goober George just ain't right in the head.
Are you sure that one of the Internet's best-known plagiarists is
capable of compiling a moronic alphabetical list himself? It seems to
me much likelier that he stole the moronic alphabetical list from some
other moron.
--
PJR :-)
http://pjr.gotdns.org/
Barbara's Cat
2010-06-30 04:42:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter J Ross
Post by Barbara's Cat
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
<snip>
I know it's Sunday and all. Not much to do today. And don't get me wrong
I partake in an occasional mixed drink. But for you to be so drunk to
post such nonsense is really frightening.
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names
then posting it here implying the compilation is 'poetry'
while knowing such a silly act is going to be laughed at
is a sure sign the poster is mentally disturbed, probably
the results of their lack of social outlets and contacts,
their guilt feelings and an imagined need for punishment,
and their extremely desperate need for attention.
IOW, goober George just ain't right in the head.
Are you sure that one of the Internet's best-known plagiarists is
capable of compiling a moronic alphabetical list himself? It seems to
me much likelier that he stole the moronic alphabetical list from some
other moron.
Of course he did. Much like goober George's obvious plagiarism
of Crayola's list of crayon colors that he used when he stole
and then performed an abortion on your original poem, Batty,
it's also obvious that George has plagiarized somebody else's
list, such as operating-system.org's, which can be found at

www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm

Is the similarity between their list and 1-can-shy-of-a-6-pack
goober George's a mere coincidence? I think not.
--
Cm~

"If anyone has a right to complain about
lack of originality, it's me"
- George Dance
Meat Plow
2010-06-30 14:28:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter J Ross
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
<snip>
I know it's Sunday and all. Not much to do today. And don't get me
wrong I partake in an occasional mixed drink. But for you to be so
drunk to post such nonsense is really frightening.
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names then posting
it here implying the compilation is 'poetry' while knowing such a
silly act is going to be laughed at is a sure sign the poster is
mentally disturbed, probably the results of their lack of social
outlets and contacts, their guilt feelings and an imagined need for
punishment, and their extremely desperate need for attention.
IOW, goober George just ain't right in the head.
Are you sure that one of the Internet's best-known plagiarists is
capable of compiling a moronic alphabetical list himself? It seems to
me much likelier that he stole the moronic alphabetical list from some
other moron.
Of course he did. Much like goober George's obvious plagiarism of
Crayola's list of crayon colors that he used when he stole and then
performed an abortion on your original poem, Batty, it's also obvious
that George has plagiarized somebody else's list, such as
operating-system.org's, which can be found at
www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
Is the similarity between their list and 1-can-shy-of-a-6-pack goober
George's a mere coincidence? I think not.
OOOPSIE! Plagiarizing George busted again!
Barbara's Cat
2010-06-30 16:47:57 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Peter J Ross
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
<snip>
I know it's Sunday and all. Not much to do today. And don't get me
wrong I partake in an occasional mixed drink. But for you to be so
drunk to post such nonsense is really frightening.
Compiling an alphabetical list of operating system names then posting
it here implying the compilation is 'poetry' while knowing such a
silly act is going to be laughed at is a sure sign the poster is
mentally disturbed, probably the results of their lack of social
outlets and contacts, their guilt feelings and an imagined need for
punishment, and their extremely desperate need for attention.
IOW, goober George just ain't right in the head.
Are you sure that one of the Internet's best-known plagiarists is
capable of compiling a moronic alphabetical list himself? It seems to
me much likelier that he stole the moronic alphabetical list from some
other moron.
Of course he did. Much like goober George's obvious plagiarism of
Crayola's list of crayon colors that he used when he stole and then
performed an abortion on your original poem, Batty, it's also obvious
that George has plagiarized somebody else's list, such as
operating-system.org's, which can be found at
www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
Is the similarity between their list and 1-can-shy-of-a-6-pack goober
George's a mere coincidence? I think not.
OOOPSIE! Plagiarizing George busted again!
You'd think if someone was going to plagiarize a list they're
going to attempt to pass off as their own 'original poetry',
they would at least plagiarize an out-of-the-ordinary list,
like a list of midget rodeo bull riders or albino porn stars.
Even a list of different types of shirt buttons would be more
interesting than a list of operating systems. It's well known
that goobers are intrinsically boring, but goober George has
taken the Induce-Coma Crown with his hyperdull "Betty's OS".
--
Cm~

"You don't like my poetry, so you're a queer."
- George Dance being 'adult'
Fred Hall
2010-06-28 03:01:54 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 27 Jun 2010 07:00:24 -0700 (PDT), George Dance failed poet and
Post by George Dance
Betty's OS
Betty has a computer.
Its operating system is Red Hat.
It isn't Absolute Linux or AbulÉdu
or Acados or aceos
or Acorn MOX or ACP
or Adamantix or AdaOS
or ADIOS or Adler Linux
or Admelix or ADMIRAL
or Adrenaline or AEGIS
or AerolitheOS or AGNULA
or Aimos or AIOS
or AirOS or AIX
or AIX/ESA or AIX/370
or Alcolix or Alinex
or aLinux or AliXe
or Allegro or AllianceOS
or AlliedWare or ALT Linux
or Alto OS or amaroK
or Amber or AmigaOS
or Amiga Unix or Amoeba
or Amstrad or andLinux
or ANDOS or Android
or AngelOS or Ankur
or Annvix or AnNyung
or Anonym.OS or Antarctica
or ANTEMIUM or AntiX
or AO-DOS or AOS
or Aperios or APODIO
or Apollo Domain/OS or Apollo OS
or Apostle or Apple DOS
or aquamorph or Arabian
or ArcheOS or Archie
or Archimedes OS or Arch Linux
or Ark Linux or Armed Linux
or AROS or Ardence RTX
or Arthur OS or Artist X
or ARTOS or Arudius
or ARX or Asbestos
or Asian Linux or Asianux
or ASork or ASP Linux
or Astaro or AsteriskNOW
or Atari DOS or Atari MultiTOS
or Atari TOS or Athena
or AtheOS or ATMission
or Atomix or AtomsNet
or Atomthreads or Augustux
or Aurora OS or AuroraUX
or Aurox or AUSTRUMI
or A/UX or AVIX
[...]
Too long to be effective, but I suppose that comes from being a failed
politician. The other flaws come from being a failed poet
Post by George Dance
http:tinyurl.com/bettysos
Request DENIED
--

"No need to put up with a newsgroup full of incorrect information by
self-appointed know it alls, with unbearable arrogance. No need to fight
through virus and worm laden posts. No need to fight through personal
vendettas, and obscenity laden posts."
Dr Frank aka RobertM and a thousand other socks says goodbye to alt.cellular.sprintpcs
in August 2004

Let any real Christians reading here join me in prayer that the
Lord would reward the foul imp posting as "Fred Hall" according
to his works.-- Pastor Steve Winter

I will kill file Vero right now so I never have to here another depraved
word utter forth from her filthy mouth and stone cold heart again. -
***@usenet.com


They need to do more than put that hot scalding cup of coffee down.
Someone needs to splash it in their face. - ***@usenet.com



Nothing is worth the pain and humiliation
this newsgroup has caused me
in the past month.- ***@usenet.com



LET THIS NEWSGROUP DIE for it is not only controlled
by a racist who
hates Jehovah's Witnesses, but I genuinely believe that my mistake of
having posted here has placed myself, family and local friends in
possible danger.- ***@usenet.com


Thank you for listening and helping during these depressing
times! It
would be easier to just stop posting altogether but wouldn't that
essentially mean these "cyber-terrorists" win? - ***@usenet.com

"Are anymore chin's slapping your *nutsack*, ThreadDropper?"
Dean 'Herpes' Humphries demonstrates his unhealthy obsession with my *nutsack* in MID <***@hotmail.com>
George Dance
2010-06-28 16:11:03 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or BabelDisc or BackTrack
or bada or BAL
or Baltix or Banyan VINES
or Basic Executive System or BASIS
or Bayanihan or BearOps Linux
or BeatrIX Linus or Beehive Linux
or BeIA or BeleniX
or Bent Linux or BeOS
or Beowulf or Berry
or BeRTOS or BEST
or BIG LINUX or BinToo
or BioBrew or Bioknoppix
or BKUNIX or BKY
or BlackBerry OS or Black Cat Linux
or blackPanther or BLAG
or Blin or Blin Linux
or BLIS/COBOL or Bloody Stupid
or Bluebottle or Blue Cat Linux
or Blue Eyed OS or BlueLinux
or Bluewall or Bonzai Linux
or Bootable Cluster CD or BOS
or BOS1810 or BOS/360
or BoxOS or bpmk
or brickOS or BRiX
or Browser OS or BSD
or BSDi or BS1000
or BS600 or BS2000
or Buffalo or BugnuX
or BugOS or BU Linux
or Burapha or Burroughs MCP
or Byzantine OS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-06-28 16:12:31 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or BabelDisc or BackTrack
or bada or BAL
or Baltix or Banyan VINES
or Basic Executive System or BASIS
or Bayanihan or BearOps Linux
or BeatrIX Linus or Beehive Linux
or BeIA or BeleniX
or Bent Linux or BeOS
or Beowulf or Berry
or BeRTOS or BEST
or BIG LINUX or BinToo
or BioBrew or Bioknoppix
or BKUNIX or BKY
or BlackBerry OS or Black Cat Linux
or blackPanther or BLAG
or Blin or Blin Linux
or BLIS/COBOL or Bloody Stupid
or Bluebottle or Blue Cat Linux
or Blue Eyed OS or BlueLinux
or Bluewall or Bonzai Linux
or Bootable Cluster CD or BOS
or BOS1810 or BOS/360
or BoxOS or bpmk
or brickOS or BRiX
or Browser OS or BSD
or BSDi or BS1000
or BS600 or BS2000
or Buffalo or BugnuX
or BugOS or BU Linux
or Burapha or Burroughs MCP
or Byzantine OS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-06-29 13:26:20 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Caixa Magica
or Caldera Linux or Calmira
or Cambridge CAP or Cambridge Ring
or cAos or CapROS
or CarLOS or CatOS
or CCP or CCux
or CD Linux or Censornet
or Cefarix or CentOS
or C Executive or Chakra
or Chaos or ChibiOS/RT
or Chimera or Chippewa OS
or Choices or ChorusOS
or Chrome OS or Cinder OS
or Cisco IOS or ClearOS
or Clicker 32 or Clix
or Clonezilla Live or cl33n
or Clusterix or clusterKNOPPIX
or CMW+ or CMX RTOX
or CobaltOS or COBRA
or Co-Create or Coherent
or College or Concurrent DOS
or Condorux or Conectiva Linux
or CONSENSYS or Contiki
or ConvexOS or Cool Linux
or Cooperative linux
or Coreboot or Corel Linux
or COS or Cosmoe
or Cosy or Counterpoise
or Coyote or Coyotos
or CPF or CP/K
or CP/M or CP/Z
or Craftworks Linux or Cromix
or Cronus or Croquet
or CrunchBang or CrunchEee
or CRUX or CSI-DOS
or CTOS or CTSS
or CX/SX or Cyber
or Cygnus or CyROS

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
Meat Plow
2010-06-29 17:03:05 UTC
Permalink
[...]
Drunk again I see :(
George Dance
2010-06-30 16:13:14 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or DAC or Damn Small Linux
or Damn Vulnerable Linux or Danix
or DARKSTAR or Darwin
or Data General or Data ONTAP
or Dave's Robotic Operating System or DC/OSx
or DCP or DD-WRT
or Debian GNU/Linux or or Debris Linux
or Deep-Water or Deft Linux
or Degenerate OS or DeLi
or Delitalk or Delix Linux
or Deming OS or DEMOS
or Denix or DEOS
or Desktop BSD
or DesktopTwo or DESKWORK
or DESQview+ or DESQview/X
or DexOS or DG/UX
or Digital Unix or dingOS
or Dizinha or DK/DOS
or DLD or DMS
or DNA Linux or DNIX
or Domain OS or DOS
or DOSB10 or DOS/360
or Dosket or DOS 50
or DOS/VS or DOS/VSE
or DPCX or DPPX
or Draco Linux or Dragon Linux
or Dragora or DRBL live
or DR-DOS or Dreamlinux
or dr'ex or Drops
or DrRtos or Drywell OS
or DSOS or DTOS
or Dualix or DX-DOS
or DVIX or Dynabolic
or Dynix or Dzongkha

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
Meat Plow
2010-06-30 20:57:34 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
[...]
or DAC or Damn Small Linux
or Damn Vulnerable Linux or Danix
or DARKSTAR or Darwin
or Data General or Data ONTAP
or Dave's Robotic Operating System or DC/OSx or DCP or DD-WRT
or Debian GNU/Linux or or Debris Linux or Deep-Water or Deft Linux
or Degenerate OS or DeLi
or Delitalk or Delix Linux
or Deming OS or DEMOS
or Denix or DEOS
or Desktop BSD
or DesktopTwo or DESKWORK
or DESQview+ or DESQview/X
or DexOS or DG/UX
or Digital Unix or dingOS
or Dizinha or DK/DOS
or DLD or DMS
or DNA Linux or DNIX
or Domain OS or DOS
or DOSB10 or DOS/360
or Dosket or DOS 50
or DOS/VS or DOS/VSE
or DPCX or DPPX
or Draco Linux or Dragon Linux
or Dragora or DRBL live
or DR-DOS or Dreamlinux
or dr'ex or Drops
or DrRtos or Drywell OS
or DSOS or DTOS
or Dualix or DX-DOS
or DVIX or Dynabolic
or Dynix or Dzongkha
[...]
Read the rest at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
I fixed your typo so the link properly identifies the origin of your plagiarism.
Hieronymous707
2010-07-01 01:03:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
[...]
or DAC or Damn Small Linux
or Damn Vulnerable Linux or Danix
or DARKSTAR or Darwin
or Data General or Data ONTAP
or Dave's Robotic Operating System or DC/OSx or DCP or DD-WRT
or Debian GNU/Linux or or Debris Linux or Deep-Water or Deft Linux
or Degenerate OS or DeLi
or Delitalk or Delix Linux
or Deming OS or DEMOS
or Denix or DEOS
or Desktop BSD
or DesktopTwo or DESKWORK
or DESQview+ or DESQview/X
or DexOS or DG/UX
or Digital Unix or dingOS
or Dizinha or DK/DOS
or DLD or DMS
or DNA Linux or DNIX
or Domain OS or DOS
or DOSB10 or DOS/360
or Dosket or DOS 50
or DOS/VS or DOS/VSE
or DPCX or DPPX
or Draco Linux or Dragon Linux
or Dragora or DRBL live
or DR-DOS or Dreamlinux
or dr'ex or Drops
or DrRtos or Drywell OS
or DSOS or DTOS
or Dualix or DX-DOS
or DVIX or Dynabolic
or Dynix or Dzongkha
[...]
Read the rest at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
I fixed your typo so the link properly identifies the origin of your plagiarism.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Speaking of Meat, some kid came knocking at the door just a few
minutes ago seling all kinds of chicken, and beef, and pork, and
seafood. I really don't eat much meat, rarely entertain, and
generally shut the door on salesmen, so it's oddly out of character
that I let him sell me a bunch of "flash frozen" steaks out of his
van. I must've been in a good mood. My wife had to step in to keep
me from buying the chops and ribs as well.

But that's me. How've you been? Sorry, haven't really kept up
lately. Good to see you. Explicate yourself! Wassup, dood?

-hi-
Meat Plow
2010-07-01 01:16:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
[...]
or DAC or Damn Small Linux
or Damn Vulnerable Linux or Danix
or DARKSTAR or Darwin
or Data General or Data ONTAP
or Dave's Robotic Operating System or DC/OSx or DCP or DD-WRT or
Debian GNU/Linux or or Debris Linux or Deep-Water or Deft Linux or
Degenerate OS or DeLi
or Delitalk or Delix Linux
or Deming OS or DEMOS
or Denix or DEOS
or Desktop BSD
or DesktopTwo or DESKWORK
or DESQview+ or DESQview/X
or DexOS or DG/UX
or Digital Unix or dingOS
or Dizinha or DK/DOS
or DLD or DMS
or DNA Linux or DNIX
or Domain OS or DOS
or DOSB10 or DOS/360
or Dosket or DOS 50
or DOS/VS or DOS/VSE
or DPCX or DPPX
or Draco Linux or Dragon Linux
or Dragora or DRBL live
or DR-DOS or Dreamlinux
or dr'ex or Drops
or DrRtos or Drywell OS
or DSOS or DTOS
or Dualix or DX-DOS
or DVIX or Dynabolic
or Dynix or Dzongkha
[...]
Read the rest
at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
I fixed your typo so the link properly identifies the origin of your
plagiarism.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Speaking of Meat, some kid came knocking at the door just a few minutes
ago seling all kinds of chicken, and beef, and pork, and seafood. I
really don't eat much meat, rarely entertain, and generally shut the
door on salesmen, so it's oddly out of character that I let him sell me
a bunch of "flash frozen" steaks out of his van. I must've been in a
good mood. My wife had to step in to keep me from buying the chops and
ribs as well.
I eat meat for protein. And only local raised without steroids and
antibiotics. I buy mine from a reputable butcher, old world style.
Put it up in a freezer for meal-making since I'm the household chef.
And I buy just enough to last a month. Any longer stowed away doesn't do
the texture and flavor justice.
But that's me. How've you been? Sorry, haven't really kept up lately.
Good to see you. Explicate yourself! Wassup, dood?
-hi-
I've been lurking here in RAP. I come out of lurk mode when such absolute
plagiarized nonsense appears. Good to see you again Hi.
Hieronymous707
2010-07-01 01:47:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
[...]
or DAC or Damn Small Linux
or Damn Vulnerable Linux or Danix
or DARKSTAR or Darwin
or Data General or Data ONTAP
or Dave's Robotic Operating System or DC/OSx or DCP or DD-WRT or
Debian GNU/Linux or or Debris Linux or Deep-Water or Deft Linux or
Degenerate OS or DeLi
or Delitalk or Delix Linux
or Deming OS or DEMOS
or Denix or DEOS
or Desktop BSD
or DesktopTwo or DESKWORK
or DESQview+ or DESQview/X
or DexOS or DG/UX
or Digital Unix or dingOS
or Dizinha or DK/DOS
or DLD or DMS
or DNA Linux or DNIX
or Domain OS or DOS
or DOSB10 or DOS/360
or Dosket or DOS 50
or DOS/VS or DOS/VSE
or DPCX or DPPX
or Draco Linux or Dragon Linux
or Dragora or DRBL live
or DR-DOS or Dreamlinux
or dr'ex or Drops
or DrRtos or Drywell OS
or DSOS or DTOS
or Dualix or DX-DOS
or DVIX or Dynabolic
or Dynix or Dzongkha
[...]
Read the rest
at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
I fixed your typo so the link properly identifies the origin of your
plagiarism.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Speaking of Meat, some kid came knocking at the door just a few minutes
ago seling all kinds of chicken, and beef, and pork, and seafood.   I
really don't eat much meat, rarely entertain, and generally shut the
door on salesmen, so it's oddly out of character that I let him sell me
a bunch of "flash frozen" steaks out of his van.  I must've been in a
good mood.  My wife had to step in to keep me from buying the chops and
ribs as well.
I eat meat for protein. And only local raised without steroids and
antibiotics. I buy mine from a reputable butcher, old world style.
Put it up in a freezer for meal-making since I'm the household chef.
And I buy just enough to last a month. Any longer stowed away doesn't do
the texture and flavor justice.
But that's me.  How've you been?  Sorry, haven't really kept up lately.
Good to see you.  Explicate yourself!  Wassup, dood?
-hi-
I've been lurking here in RAP. I come out of lurk mode when such absolute
plagiarized nonsense appears. Good to see you again Hi.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Funny what drives us to expression, huh. I check in occasionally,
read a few headers, a few posts. Didn't even think to comment on the
subject. Still don't quite know what to say about it. It's a list.
I seem to recall George commenting about depression. I'd say Betty's
OS is a pretty depressing list. What can I say; I use Windows.

-hi-
Meat Plow
2010-07-01 14:26:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Hieronymous707
Post by Meat Plow
Post by George Dance
[...]
or DAC or Damn Small Linux
or Damn Vulnerable Linux or Danix
or DARKSTAR or Darwin
or Data General or Data ONTAP
or Dave's Robotic Operating System or DC/OSx or DCP or DD-WRT or
Debian GNU/Linux or or Debris Linux or Deep-Water or Deft Linux or
Degenerate OS or DeLi
or Delitalk or Delix Linux
or Deming OS or DEMOS
or Denix or DEOS
or Desktop BSD
or DesktopTwo or DESKWORK
or DESQview+ or DESQview/X
or DexOS or DG/UX
or Digital Unix or dingOS
or Dizinha or DK/DOS
or DLD or DMS
or DNA Linux or DNIX
or Domain OS or DOS
or DOSB10 or DOS/360
or Dosket or DOS 50
or DOS/VS or DOS/VSE
or DPCX or DPPX
or Draco Linux or Dragon Linux
or Dragora or DRBL live
or DR-DOS or Dreamlinux
or dr'ex or Drops
or DrRtos or Drywell OS
or DSOS or DTOS
or Dualix or DX-DOS
or DVIX or Dynabolic
or Dynix or Dzongkha
[...]
Read the rest
at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
I fixed your typo so the link properly identifies the origin of your
plagiarism.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Speaking of Meat, some kid came knocking at the door just a few
minutes ago seling all kinds of chicken, and beef, and pork, and
seafood.   I really don't eat much meat, rarely entertain, and
generally shut the door on salesmen, so it's oddly out of character
that I let him sell me a bunch of "flash frozen" steaks out of his
van.  I must've been in a good mood.  My wife had to step in to keep
me from buying the chops and ribs as well.
I eat meat for protein. And only local raised without steroids and
antibiotics. I buy mine from a reputable butcher, old world style. Put
it up in a freezer for meal-making since I'm the household chef. And I
buy just enough to last a month. Any longer stowed away doesn't do the
texture and flavor justice.
Post by Hieronymous707
But that's me.  How've you been?  Sorry, haven't really kept up
lately. Good to see you.  Explicate yourself!  Wassup, dood?
-hi-
I've been lurking here in RAP. I come out of lurk mode when such
absolute plagiarized nonsense appears. Good to see you again Hi.- Hide
quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Funny what drives us to expression, huh. I check in occasionally, read
a few headers, a few posts. Didn't even think to comment on the
subject. Still don't quite know what to say about it. It's a list. I
seem to recall George commenting about depression. I'd say Betty's OS
is a pretty depressing list. What can I say; I use Windows.
-hi-
Well I use Windows, Mac and Linux. I have to keep on top of these
operating systems because of my consulting firm.

What to say about George....I don't know. He bitched and moaned about
plagiarism of others then in grand fashion plagiarized the OS list at:
www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm

Is this a result of a depressed mental state? Who knows I'm not qualified
to make the diagnosis. But I do know that something is rotten in
Denmark :)

L8r
George Dance
2010-07-01 18:51:09 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Eadem or Eagle
or earOS or easylinux
or Easy Peasy or easys
or ECL-3211 or eComStation
or eCos or eCospro
or EDS or Edubuntu
or EduKnoppix or EduOS
or EGOS or Ehad
or 86-DOS or Eisfair
or ekkoBSD or Elate
or Elbuntu or ELE
or eLearnix or ELF
or Elfstone Linux or Elive
or ELKS or ELP
or ELX or Elysium
or Embedix or EMBOS
or Endian or EnGarde
or Enterprise OS or EOS
or EP/IX or EPOC
or Erika Enterprise or EROS
or ERPOSS or ESER
or ESIX or ESKO
or ESware or Eumel
or EuNIX or Euronode
or EvilEntity Linux or Evinux
or EXEC or Executive
or Exopc or ExOS
or Express or Extreme OS
or ExtremeWare or eyeOS
or EZPlanet One


[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
Meat Plow
2010-07-01 19:09:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Read the rest at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
.
George Dance
2010-07-02 15:09:31 UTC
Permalink
[...]
or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
Meat Plow
2010-07-02 15:33:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
[...]
or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
Read the rest at:www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
I fixed your link to represent the true identity of where you feltched your plagiarized nonsense.

No need to thank me, glad to help you out.
Will Dockery
2010-07-14 12:44:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...

--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
George Dance
2010-07-14 15:02:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.

"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/2010/06/acknowledgements.html
Post by Will Dockery
--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Meat Plow
2010-07-14 17:41:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
http://www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
--
Altopia.com $12/m 10 unlimited connections
George Dance
2010-07-16 04:26:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
"Computer Operating Systems", Computer Hope (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://www.computerhope.com/os.htm

"Debian Based Linux Distributions and Live Cd's", Debian Help, n.d.
Web (accessed May 15-June 30, 2010). http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/debian.htm

Éric Lévénez, "Unix History," Éric Lévénez's site. Web (accessed May 1
- June 30, 2010).
http://www.levenez.com/unix/

Pierre Lewis & Ted Timar, "Brief Notes on Some Well-Known (Commercial)
Unices," Unix - Frequently Asked Questions, Fax.org, June 11, 1966.
Web (accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/unix-faq/faq/part6/section-6.html

"List of BSD Operating Systems", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_BSD_operating_systems

"List of Linux Distributions", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Linux_distributions

"List of operating systems", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_operating_systems

Jim Mooney, "Catalog of Operating Systems", Lane Department of
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, College of Engineernging
and Mineral Resources, University of West Virginia (accessed May 1 -
June 30, 2010).
http://www.csee.wvu.edu/~jdm/classes/cs258/OScat/ cache

"The Most Popular Operating Systems", Linux Information Project. Web
(accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.linfo.org/operating_systems_list.html

Operating System Documenation Project . Web (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://www.operating-system.org/

"Operating System Index", OSDEV Community, osd.com, Nov. 29, 2006. Web
(accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.osdcom.info/content/view/28/38/

"Software Distributions Based In Debian", Debian.org. Web (accessed
May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.debian.org/misc/children-distros
-
Will Dockery
2010-07-16 07:23:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
"Computer Operating Systems", Computer Hope (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).http://www.computerhope.com/os.htm
"Debian Based Linux Distributions and Live Cd's", Debian Help, n.d.
Web (accessed May 15-June 30, 2010).  http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/debian.htm
Éric Lévénez, "Unix History," Éric Lévénez's site. Web (accessed May 1
- June 30, 2010).http://www.levenez.com/unix/
Pierre Lewis & Ted Timar, "Brief Notes on Some Well-Known (Commercial)
Unices," Unix - Frequently Asked Questions, Fax.org, June 11, 1966.
Web (accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).http://www.faqs.org/faqs/unix-faq/faq/part6/section-6.html
"List of BSD Operating Systems", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_BSD_operating_systems
"List of Linux Distributions", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Linux_distributions
"List of operating systems", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_operating_systems
Jim Mooney, "Catalog of Operating Systems", Lane Department of
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, College of Engineernging
and Mineral Resources, University of West Virginia (accessed May 1 -
June 30, 2010).http://www.csee.wvu.edu/~jdm/classes/cs258/OScat/         cache
"The Most Popular Operating Systems", Linux Information Project. Web
(accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).http://www.linfo.org/operating_systems_list.html
Operating System Documenation Project . Web (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).http://www.operating-system.org/
"Operating System Index", OSDEV Community, osd.com, Nov. 29, 2006. Web
(accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).http://www.osdcom.info/content/view/28/38/
"Software Distributions Based In Debian", Debian.org. Web (accessed
May 1 - June 30, 2010).http://www.debian.org/misc/children-distros
-
Ouch!

--
Music & poetry by Will Dockery:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Will Dockery
2010-07-14 23:40:54 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/2010/06/acknowledgements.html
Okay, I'll have a look... I admit this "Betty" poem is kind of boring
to me. and haven't followed it all.

--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by George Dance
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
mat1t3
2010-07-15 04:45:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/2010/06/acknowledgements.html
Okay, I'll have a look... I admit this "Betty" poem is kind of boring
to me. and haven't followed it all.
--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by George Dance
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
careful. you wouldn't want to ruin someone's professional
writing career with that loaded opinion of yours.

what you need to do is go the other route and include
a link to it under yours. this product must be moved.
kind of like the bowels.
there's a shit load of it ready to go.

: )
George Dance
2010-07-15 05:19:12 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/2010/06/acknowledgements.html
Okay, I'll have a look... I admit this "Betty" poem is kind of boring
to me. and haven't followed it all.
You don't really have to go there. It is important, though, for those
who are following the saga to know exactly where the os's came from,
rather than believing some of the nonsense that gets tossed around
here.

Once you're on the blog, as well, you can see that there's other
things happening than Betty's OS. I have a great bunch of sonnets from
Millay, the first of which went on today; and I've recently discovered
Elinor Wylie, another talent I'd never heard of - I blogged a couple
of her poems this week. That's all on the main page,
http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/
Post by Will Dockery
--
"Shadowville Speedway" CD on Artemis Records:http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by George Dance
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Will Dockery
2010-07-16 02:33:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
Here's one that works well. As well as sending one to the Betty's OS
page, it also explains where the software names came from.
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/2010/06/acknowledgements.html
Okay, I'll have a look... I admit this "Betty" poem is kind of boring
to me. and haven't followed it all.
You don't really have to go there.
No offense, of course... I've tried several times with this version of
Betty & it just never rings my bell...

It is important, though, for those
Post by George Dance
who are following the saga to know exactly where the os's came from,
rather than believing some of the nonsense that gets tossed around
here.
Well, sometimes reading /about/ the work is more entertaining than the
actual work, to me.
Post by George Dance
Once you're on the blog, as well, you can see that there's other
things happening than Betty's OS. I have a great bunch of sonnets from
Millay, the first of which went on today; and I've recently discovered
Elinor Wylie, another talent I'd never heard of - I blogged a couple
of her poems this week. That's all on the main page,http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/
Ah, yes... I know there's some great stuff on your blog, & haven't
been there in a while, perhaps when I return later tonight I'll have
the time for a look-see.

--
Music & poetry by Will Dockery:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Post by George Dance
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
George Dance
2010-07-16 03:55:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
"Betty's OS - Acknowledgements"
http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/2010/06/acknowledgements.html
Okay, I'll have a look... I admit this "Betty" poem is kind of boring
to me. and haven't followed it all.
You don't really have to go there.
No offense, of course... I've tried several times with this version of
Betty & it just never rings my bell...
Post by George Dance
It is important, though, for those
who are following the saga to know exactly where the os's came from,
rather than believing some of the nonsense that gets tossed around
here.
Well, sometimes reading /about/ the work is more entertaining than the
actual work, to me.
Well, put. I like reading/hearing and writing/talking more about the
writing process than the finished work. In fact, I think it's one of
the benefits of aapc to me: I'd much rather hear someone talk about
how he or she composed something, what he or she did, than have them
try telling me what I should do (which of course tends to be entirely
different), and I think I can learn more from it.

You know, that could be one reason poets often react negatively to
criticism of a work; not because they think it's such a great work,
but because it looks to them as if the critic's just not getting it;
that not having been around for the writing process, and knowing
nothing of it, he's missing too much to understand the finished
product.

I don't know if I'd be interested in "Betty's OS" if it was someone
else's, but certainly got me under its spell. Let me talk about what
I've been doing on it lately.

I finished up putting the links on today: about 90%-95% of the OS's
are live-linked now, and I think that due to diminishing returns I'll
leave it like that rather than go for 100%. And it's about time; I've
been on that for more than 2 weeks.

One reason it took so long, was that I kept finding new lists, with
new softwares to go on the net (that's what I wanted to show with the
"Acknowledgements" link). I had so many to go in, that I essentially
had to rewrite the whole thing.

That's what I did for most of today. It's a fun process: the trick is
to treat each line, 1 at a time, reading both quietly and out loud.
The only editing tool one has is to cut softwares -- cutting a
software moves all the reast from the end o a line to the front, and
vice versa, and pairs them up in a different way. Most of those are
serviceable; the trick is to look for really good-sounding and really
bad-sounding lines, and cut so that all the former and none of he
latter are in.
(I keep the cut nouns in a list at the bottom of the Document file.
They give you a second tool: Now, in some cases, you can rearrange the
lines by adding one in as well as taking one out.) I ended up with a
file of 39 cut os's.

When I'd finished that, I had to repost the new versions over to blog,
as new edits of the original. I kept track of the number of new lines
I added: I ended up adding 313. That's 626 new OS's, not counting the
39 I didn't use. So the poem's substantially bigger now. (I'll be
doing a final line count tonight and tomorrow).

Of course, that's all just a side benefit of the new edition project.
I verified that I have the capability to post the Documents with the
links intact; and that's what I'll be posting onto the blog in August.
Tomorrow or late tonight I'll be announcing that new edition on the
blog. It'll be the first step in adding value to the Bettyworks; I
plan to do it to all 3 (including the one I haven't written yet). I've
even got a name for these new editions - Enhanced Editions - and one
for this particular one; its title will be, "Betty's OS 2.0" (BOS2.0).

So that's what's left to do on it; the word count tonight, the promo
on the blog tomorrow, and posting BOS2.0 itself in August. That's
kinda neat, since every other month's archives is turning into a
special collection: Betty's Hat in Dec., Stevens' Notes Toward a
Supreme Fiction in Feb., April magazine in Apr., the original Betty's
OS in June, and now 2.0 in Aug.
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Dance
Once you're on the blog, as well, you can see that there's other
things happening than Betty's OS. I have a great bunch of sonnets from
Millay, the first of which went on today; and I've recently discovered
Elinor Wylie, another talent I'd never heard of - I blogged a couple
of her poems this week. That's all on the main page,http://gdancesbetty.blogspot.com/
Ah, yes... I know there's some great stuff on your blog, & haven't
been there in a while, perhaps when I return later tonight I'll have
the time for a look-see.
The thing is, I've been reading a poem a day for decades; and I've
read a lot of great poetry that way. Now, by shifting my focus to
reading only stuff that is p.d. in Canada and little known on the Net,
whenever I find a good poem, I can and do blog it. It's as much (if
not more) of a poetry reader's blog as (than) it is a writer's blog;
that's what I'd be doing with it even if I stopped trying to write my
own work completely.

Sadly, I enjoy working on that so much, I'd rather spend the day doing
it than f*** around on the alt. groups. That's one reason I decided to
publish the whole of "Betty's OS" back onto usenet during this whole
rewrite process: just so I'd continue to have some of presence on my
usenet and google poetry groups.
Post by Will Dockery
--
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Post by George Dance
--
http://www.artemisrecords.net/dockeryconley.html
Meat Plow
2010-07-14 17:39:10 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
That's because you mistakenly snipped it.

Here, I have restored it, no need to thank me.

http://www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
--
Altopia.com $12/m 10 unlimited connections
George Dance
2010-07-16 04:25:35 UTC
Permalink
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
[...]
                       or FA-DOS
or Famelix or FAMOS
or FaunOS or FDOS
or Feather or Featherweight
or Fedora or Femto OS
or Fermi or Fiasco
or Finnix or Fiubbix
or Flamethrower or Flash OS
or FLEX9 or FlexOS
or FlightLinux or Flonix
or FLP-80 DOS or Flux
or Fluxbuntu or Flux-Fluke-Flask
or Flux-Flux-Eee or FMI/OS
or FMS or Foresight
or FoRK or Formilux
or Forth or FoX Desktop
or Freduc or FreeBSD
or FreeDOS or FreeDOWS
or Free-EOS or FreeNAS
or FreeNOS or FreeOSEK
or Freepia or FreeRTOS
or FreeSBIE or Freespire
or FreeVMS or FreevoLive
or Freezy or Frenzy
or Frugalware or FTOS
or FullPliant or FunatixOS
or FunkOS or Fusion RTOS
or FutureOS or FxOS> or EZPlanet One
[...]
I fixed your link
The link seems to be missing...
That's because you mistakenly snipped it.
Here, I have restored it, no need to thank me.
h
"Computer Operating Systems", Computer Hope (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://www.computerhope.com/os.htm

"Debian Based Linux Distributions and Live Cd's", Debian Help, n.d.
Web (accessed May 15-June 30, 2010). http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/debian.htm

Éric Lévénez, "Unix History," Éric Lévénez's site. Web (accessed May 1
- June 30, 2010).
http://www.levenez.com/unix/

Pierre Lewis & Ted Timar, "Brief Notes on Some Well-Known (Commercial)
Unices," Unix - Frequently Asked Questions, Fax.org, June 11, 1966.
Web (accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/unix-faq/faq/part6/section-6.html

"List of BSD Operating Systems", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_BSD_operating_systems

"List of Linux Distributions", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Linux_distributions

"List of operating systems", Wikipedia (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_operating_systems

Jim Mooney, "Catalog of Operating Systems", Lane Department of
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, College of Engineernging
and Mineral Resources, University of West Virginia (accessed May 1 -
June 30, 2010).
http://www.csee.wvu.edu/~jdm/classes/cs258/OScat/ cache

"The Most Popular Operating Systems", Linux Information Project. Web
(accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.linfo.org/operating_systems_list.html

Operating System Documenation Project . Web (accessed May 1 - June 30,
2010).
http://www.operating-system.org/

"Operating System Index", OSDEV Community, osd.com, Nov. 29, 2006. Web
(accessed May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.osdcom.info/content/view/28/38/


"Software Distributions Based In Debian", Debian.org. Web (accessed
May 1 - June 30, 2010).
http://www.debian.org/misc/children-distros
-
Post by Meat Plow
--
Altopia.com $12/m 10 unlimited connections
George Dance
2010-07-03 06:10:51 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or GCOS or GECOS
or GeekOS or GeexBox
or Gelecek or GEM
or Gemini Nucleus or Genera
or Genie OS or Gentoo
or Gentoox or GeoLive
or GEORGE or GEOS
or G ho st or Gibraltar
or Ging or Giotto
or Glendix or GM OS
or gNewSense or GNIX
or GNoppix or GNU
or GNUbie Linux or GNU Hurd
or gnuLineX or GNUstep
or Go or Goah
or GoblinX or GoboLinux
or GoodGoat Linux or Google Chrome OS
or Google OS or Gould OS
or GParted or Grafpup
or Granular Linux or Grasshopper
or GS/OS or Guadalinex
or GUIDE or GuLIC-BSD

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-04 15:16:21 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Haansoft or Hactar
or Haiku or Hakin 9
or Halloween Linux or HA-MSP
or Harmony or HC-DOS
or HeartOS or Hedinux
or HelenOS or Helios
or Helium or Helix
or Heretix or HES
or Hikarunix or Hive
or Hiweed or Holon
or Honeywall or HOPE
or House or How-Tux
or HP-1000 or HP RTE
or HP-UX or HT-11
or H3Knix or Hubworx
or Hurd or Hurricane
or Hydrix OS or Hyper V

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-06 02:30:17 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or IBM DOS or IBM i
or IBM PC-DOS or IBM Workplace OS
or iBox or IBSYS
or Icaros Desktop or ICE Linux
or Icepack Linux or ICL/Unix
or ICL/VME or IDMS
or i5/OS or Igelle
or Ignalum or IJMON
or ILIOS or Immunix
or Impi or Independence
or Indlinux or Inferno
or INMOS or INTEGRITY or INTEGRITY-178B
or INTERACTIVE UNIX or ioRTOS
or IPCop or iPhone OS
or ipodlinux or ipolyBSD
or Iridium OS or iriver clix OS
or IRIX or iRMX
or IRTS or ISC
or ISIS-II or ISOS
or ISSL or ITRON
or ITS

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-07 10:14:24 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or J
or JAMB or JavaOS
or Jbed or JBLinux
or JeniOS or Jeo-OS
or Jibbed or JNode
or Jolicloud or JoLinux
or JOS or Julex
or JUNOS or Jurix Linux
or Juxlala or JX

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-07 23:08:10 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Kaboot
or kademar or Kaella
or Kaladix or Kalango
or Kanotix or KaOS
or Karamad or KateOS
or Katix or K-DOS
or Kea or KERNAL
or KeyKOS or K42
or Kinneret or Kiwi Linux
or Klax or Klikit-Linux
or kmLinux or KMOS
or KnopILS or Knoppel
or Knopperdisk or Knoppix
or Knoppix 64 or KnoppiXMAME
or KnoppMyth or KnoSciences
or KolibriOS or Komodo
or Kongoni or KOS
or KRONOS or KRUD
or KSOS or kubuntu
or Kuki Linux or Kurumin
or Kwort Linux or Kylin

[...]

Read the rest at:http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-08 23:37:34 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or LABS/7 or LahNOS
or Lain OS or LAN Manager
or L.A.S. or LDOS
or Leetnux or legOS
or leJOS or LernTux
or L4 or or LibraNet
or LIIS Linux or LiMo Plaform
or Linare Linux or LindowsOS
or Lineox Enterprise Linux or LinEspa
or LinnexOS or Linpus Linux
or Linspire or Linux
or Linux Antarctica or LinuxConsole
or LinuxDA or Linux4One
or linux from scratch or Linux MCE
or Linux Mint or LINUXO Live!
or LinuxOne OS or Linux+ Live
or LinuxTLE or Linux XP
or Lin-X Linux or Lisa OS
or Lites or Litrix
or LiVux or LLGP
or LliureX or LNX-BBC
or Linux Loco or LOCUS
or Lormalinux or LoseThos
or LSE/OS or L13Plus
or LTSS or LUC3M
or Luit Linux or Lunar Linux
or LuteLinux or LXDEbian
or Lycoris Desktop/LX or LynxOS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-11 01:01:58 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or MACE or Mach
or Mac OS or Mac OS X
or Maemo or Magic Cap
or Magic Linux or magnussoft ZETA
or MAI Basic Four or Mandrake Linux
or Mandriva or Mangaka Linux
or Manhattan OS or MANOS
or MaRTE OS or Maruti
or Masix or MASTER
or Maverick OS or MAX
or MaxOS or Mayix
or MBOS/5 or MCNLive
or MCP or MCTS
or MDOS or MDX
or Media Lab or MeDOS
or Medusa or Medya
or MeeGo or Meglos
or MeikOS or MenuetOS
or MEPIS or Merlin
or MERT or M44/44X
or MFT or Michigan Terminal System
or Micrium or MicroC/OS-II
or Microdisk Op Sys or MICRODOS
or Micropower Pascal or MICROS
or MicroVMS or Microwave OS-9
or Midori or MikeOS
or MINI-EXEC or MiniKazit
or MINIMOP or Minislack
or MINIX or MiNT
or MINUX or Miracle Linux
or Miraculix or MIRAGE
or Miranda OS or miray unOS
or MirOS BSD or MITE 80/IOS
or MK-DOS or MkLinux
or MK++ or ML
or Mobilinux or Möbius
or Moblin or Mockup
or MOD4 or MOD-400
or MODULAR ONE or ModulOS
or MODUS4 or MoLinux
or Momonga or MoNADS
or MonaOS or Monitor
or Monoppix or Monte Vista Linux
or MoonOS Linux or MOPSLinux
or Morphix or MorphOS
or MOS or MOSIX
or MOSS or Mostly Linux
or MotoMagx or MoviX
or MPE/iXor MPE-3000
or MPE/XL or MP/M
or MP/NET or MP/OS
or MPX or MPX-32
or MQX RTOS or MROS-68K
or MSC or MS-DOS
or MSOS or MSP
or MSP/7 or MSX
or MSX-DOS or MTDS
or MT-809 or MTK-II
or MTOS or MTS
or Mungi or MU5
or Mulimidix or muLinux
or Multics or Multi Distro
or MULTIDOS or MULTI-FORTH
or MultiJob or Multi-Programming Executive
or Multiuser DOS or MUMPS
or Mungi or Muriqui Linux
or Murix Linux or MUSIC/SP
or Musix GNU/Linux or MUSS
or MustiOS or Mutagenix
or MUTOS 1700 or MuVinix
or MVS or MVS/ESA
or MVS/XA or MVT
or Myah OS or myLinux

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-11 20:21:44 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or NachOS or Nano-RK
or Nasgaïa or Nature's
or Navyn OS or NCOS
or NCR Unix or NECUX
or Nemesis or NeOS
or NepaLinux or NetBSD
or NetMAX DeskTOP or NetSecL
or Netstation or NetWare
or Netwosix or Neutrino
or Newark or Newcastle Connection
or Newcstle Recursive VM
or NewDeal or NEWDOS
or NewOS or NEWS-OS
or Newton OS or Nexenta OS
or NeXTSTEP or Nexus
or NIDOS or Niigata Linux
or NimbleX or NimbusOS
or Nitix or Node OS
or Nokia OS or NoMad Linux
or NonStop or Nonux
or NORTON-BK or NOS
or NOS/BE or NOS/VE
or Nova or Novell DOS
or NS/GDOS or NSK
or NSMOS or NST
or NSW or nSystem
or nUbuntu or NUCLEUS
or Nuclinux or NuttX RTOS
or NuxOne

[...]

Read the rest at:
 http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-14 01:27:09 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Oberon or Objex
or Ocularis or Odin
or OIS or Ojuba Linux
or Olà! or OLERT
or OliOS or Olive BSD
or OmegaOS or Omnia XP
or Omoikane GNU/Linux or OnCore
or Onebase Linux or ONIX
or On Time RTOS-32 or Opal
or OpenArtist or Open AT OS
or OpenBeOS or Open BSD
or OpenDarwin or Open Desktop
or Open Enterprise or OpenGEU
or OpenLab or OpenLinux
or OpenLX or Open Mamba
or Openmoko Linux or OpenNA Linux
or Open-ProgeX or OpenRavenscar
or OpenRTOS or OpenServer
or OpenSolaris or OpenStep
or OpenSUSE or OpenVision
or OpenVMS or Openwall GNU/Linux
or OpenWrt or OpenZaurus
or Operator or OPhone
or Oracle Enterprise Linux or Oralux
or Orange OS or OS
or O/S or OS/A WASP
or OS BK-11 or OS/C
or osCAN or OSD/XC
or OSE or OSE ck
or OSE Epsilon or OS/8
or OSEK/VDX or OS/1100
or OSE166 or OS/ES
or OSF/1 or OS/4
or OS/400 or OS4000
or OS-IV or OSm
or OS/MVS or OS/MVT
or OS-9 or OS-9000
or OS/PCP or OS/RT
or OS7 or OS/700
or OS6 or OSSO
or OS/10 or OS-3
or OS/32-MT or OS/32-ST
or OS/390 or OS/360
or OS/2 or OS/2 Warp
or OS/200 or OS2000
or OS/VS1 or OS/VS2
or OSx or Owl
or OZONE or OzOS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-14 15:25:48 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or PAIPIX or PAKOS
or paldo GNU/Linux or Palm OS
or PAPL or ParallelKnoppix
or Paramecium or Pardus
or ParixOS or Paros
or Parsix or Parslinux
or PaulOS or PC-BSD
or PC-DOS or PC/IX
or PCLinuxOS or PCLOS
or PC-MOS/386 or PC/NOS
or PC/OS or PCP
or PCUNIX or PCVMS
or PDOS or PDP-6 Monitor
or PDP-10 or PEACE
or Peanut Linux or Pebble
or PelicanHPC or Penguin Sleuth
or Pentoo or Perpos
or Pequelin or PERQ-OS
or Peter Operating System or PetrOS
or pfSense or Phaeronix
or Phantomix or Phantom OS
or Phar Lap ETS or Phat Linux
or PHLAK or Phoenix
or Phoenix-RTOS or phos
or Pick or PicoBSD
or PICOS18 or Pie Box
or PikeOS or Pilot
or Pingo or Pingwinek
or Pioneer or PIOS
or PIRAT or Pitt Time Sharing
or PixelOS or PixoOS
or PizziOS or Plamo
or Plan B or Plan 9
or PLD Linux or PLoP Linux
or Plurix or PM_SZ_OS
or Pocket Linux or POK
or polyBSD or polyFORTH
or PortixOS or Portos
or POS or P/OS
or Poseidon Linux or POSYS
or PowerMAX OS or PowerOS
or PowerSX or PowerUX
or Pozix Linux or pQui Linux
or Presto or Prex
or PRIMOS or ProDOS
or Progeny Componentized Linux or Progeny Debian
or Progex or PROLOGUE
or Proolix or Pro-OS
or ProOSEK or ProTech
or PRO/TSX-PLUS or pSOS
or pSOSystem or PS2 Linux
or psubuntu or PSX
or PsygNAT or p-System
or PTOS or PTS-DOS
or P!tux or PublicOS
or PUD or Puma
or Puppy Linux or puredyne
or PureOS or PureOSlight
or PWB/Unix or PXROS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
Meat Plow
2010-07-14 17:40:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
[...]
or PAIPIX or PAKOS
or paldo GNU/Linux or Palm OS
or PAPL or ParallelKnoppix
or Paramecium or Pardus
or ParixOS or Paros
or Parsix or Parslinux
or PaulOS or PC-BSD
or PC-DOS or PC/IX
or PCLinuxOS or PCLOS
or PC-MOS/386 or PC/NOS
or PC/OS or PCP
or PCUNIX or PCVMS
or PDOS or PDP-6 Monitor
or PDP-10 or PEACE
or Peanut Linux or Pebble
or PelicanHPC or Penguin Sleuth
or Pentoo or Perpos
or Pequelin or PERQ-OS
or Peter Operating System or PetrOS
or pfSense or Phaeronix
or Phantomix or Phantom OS
or Phar Lap ETS or Phat Linux
or PHLAK or Phoenix
or Phoenix-RTOS or phos
or Pick or PicoBSD
or PICOS18 or Pie Box
or PikeOS or Pilot
or Pingo or Pingwinek
or Pioneer or PIOS
or PIRAT or Pitt Time Sharing
or PixelOS or PixoOS
or PizziOS or Plamo
or Plan B or Plan 9
or PLD Linux or PLoP Linux
or Plurix or PM_SZ_OS
or Pocket Linux or POK
or polyBSD or polyFORTH
or PortixOS or Portos
or POS or P/OS
or Poseidon Linux or POSYS
or PowerMAX OS or PowerOS
or PowerSX or PowerUX
or Pozix Linux or pQui Linux
or Presto or Prex
or PRIMOS or ProDOS
or Progeny Componentized Linux or Progeny Debian or Progex or PROLOGUE
or Proolix or Pro-OS
or ProOSEK or ProTech
or PRO/TSX-PLUS or pSOS
or pSOSystem or PS2 Linux
or psubuntu or PSX
or PsygNAT or p-System
or PTOS or PTS-DOS
or P!tux or PublicOS
or PUD or Puma
or Puppy Linux or puredyne
or PureOS or PureOSlight
or PWB/Unix or PXROS
[...]
http://www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm
--
Altopia.com $12/m 10 unlimited connections
George Dance
2010-07-14 15:26:16 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or PAIPIX or PAKOS
or paldo GNU/Linux or Palm OS
or PAPL or ParallelKnoppix
or Paramecium or Pardus
or ParixOS or Paros
or Parsix or Parslinux
or PaulOS or PC-BSD
or PC-DOS or PC/IX
or PCLinuxOS or PCLOS
or PC-MOS/386 or PC/NOS
or PC/OS or PCP
or PCUNIX or PCVMS
or PDOS or PDP-6 Monitor
or PDP-10 or PEACE
or Peanut Linux or Pebble
or PelicanHPC or Penguin Sleuth
or Pentoo or Perpos
or Pequelin or PERQ-OS
or Peter Operating System or PetrOS
or pfSense or Phaeronix
or Phantomix or Phantom OS
or Phar Lap ETS or Phat Linux
or PHLAK or Phoenix
or Phoenix-RTOS or phos
or Pick or PicoBSD
or PICOS18 or Pie Box
or PikeOS or Pilot
or Pingo or Pingwinek
or Pioneer or PIOS
or PIRAT or Pitt Time Sharing
or PixelOS or PixoOS
or PizziOS or Plamo
or Plan B or Plan 9
or PLD Linux or PLoP Linux
or Plurix or PM_SZ_OS
or Pocket Linux or POK
or polyBSD or polyFORTH
or PortixOS or Portos
or POS or P/OS
or Poseidon Linux or POSYS
or PowerMAX OS or PowerOS
or PowerSX or PowerUX
or Pozix Linux or pQui Linux
or Presto or Prex
or PRIMOS or ProDOS
or Progeny Componentized Linux or Progeny Debian
or Progex or PROLOGUE
or Proolix or Pro-OS
or ProOSEK or ProTech
or PRO/TSX-PLUS or pSOS
or pSOSystem or PS2 Linux
or psubuntu or PSX
or PsygNAT or p-System
or PTOS or PTS-DOS
or P!tux or PublicOS
or PUD or Puma
or Puppy Linux or puredyne
or PureOS or PureOSlight
or PWB/Unix or PXROS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-15 23:30:21 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or QDOS or QiLinux
or Qimo or Q-Kernel
or QNX or QNX Neutrino
or Qomo or Qplus
or Qt Extended or Qtopia
or Quadros or Quantian
or Quark or QUARN
or Quetzal or QuickRAM
or QUNIX

[...]

  Read the rest at:
   http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-16 06:26:01 UTC
Permalink
[...]
or RadiOS
or Raidiator or RAMON
or RAX or RAYS LX
or RBASIC or RBM
or RC-4000 or RCOSjava
or RDOS or ReactOS
or Real.Dos or REALITY
or REAL/IX or REAL NG
or REAL/32 or Real-Time Mach
or Real VMX or REBOL-IOS
or Recovery is Possible or Red Dice
or Red Flag Linux or RedHawk Linux
or Redmond Linux Personal or RedOS
or Redphish or Reduced Core Monitor
or redWall Firewall or REGULUS
or ReHMuDi or RelaxBSD
or Reliant UNIX or Renix
or Repairlix or REPOS
or Rhapsody or RHODOS
or RIG or RIO/CP
or RIPLinux or RISC iX
or RISC OS or RM/COS
or RMOS or RMS
or RMS09 or RMS68K
or RMX or RMX-80
or RMX-86 or Roadrunner
or RockBox or ROCK Linux
or Rocks Cluster or RoFReeSBIE
or ROM-DOS or Rome
or ROOT GNu/Linux or ROS
or Roscoe or ROSLIMS
or ROX Desktop or rPath
or rPath Linux or RPS
or RR4 Linux or RSEXEC
or RSTS/E or RSTS-11
or RSX-11 or RTAI
or RTA-OSEK or RTE
or RTEL or RT-11
or RTEMS or RT/EMT
or RTEX or RTLinux
or RTM or RT-Mach
or RTM8 or rtmk
or RTMOS or RTMX O/S
or RTOS or RToS-80
or RTOS-32 or RTOS-UH
or RTR or RT-Thread
or RTTS or RTU
or RTUX or RTX
or RTX/Tiny or RTXC Quadros
or RTXDOS or Rubix
or Ruby or Russian Fedora
or Rx or Rxart
or RxDOS or RYMOS

[...]

  Read the rest at:
   http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-16 20:17:49 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or SaaS or Sabayon Linux
or Sabily or SABRE
or Sacix or Sage
or Saguaro or Salgix
or Salix OS or Salvare
or Salvo or SAM
or Samhain Linux or Sanos
or Santa Fe or The Sapphire Project
or Sartoris Microkernel or SauverOs
or SAX or ScaraOS
or Scientific Linux or Scientific Linux Fermi
or SCI.Linux or SCIOPTA RTOS
or SCO Open Desktop or SCO OpenServer
or SCOPE or ScorchOS
or Scos or ScottsNewOS
or SCO UNIX or SCO Unixware
or SCO XENIX or Scout
or SCP or SCP-DOS
or SCP-IBE or SCP-1700
or ScreenOS or ScrudgeWare
or SDOS or SDPOS
or SECCOS or Securepoint Os
or SEL 810A/810B OS or Sendla OS
or Sentry Firewall or SeOS
or Sequent or SHARE
or ShareNet or S.Ha.R.K.
or SharpOS or ShawnOS
or Shift Linux or Shinux
or SHR or SIBO
or sidux or SIGMA 7 OS
or SilveOS or SimpleAVROS
or Simplis or SimplyMEPIS
or Sinclair QDOS or Singularity
or SINIX or SINTRAN
or SIPROS or Sirius RTOS
or 64 Studio or Skolelinux
or SkyOS or Slack/390
or Slackintosh or Slackware
or Slamd64 or SLAMPP
or Slavix or Slax
or Slikware or SliTaz
or Slix or Slo-Tech Linux
or SLS or SLYNUX GNU
or Smallfoot or SmartDOS
or SME Server or SmoothWall
or SMP or SMS
or sMultiTA or $murf oS
or SNAPPIX or Snøfrix
or SOBS or SODA
or SODS/OS or SOFriki
or Softlanding or Solaris
or Solar_OS or Solbourne UNIX
or SOLO or Sombrero
or SONaFR or S1
or SOOS or Sorcerer
or SORIX or SOS
or SOT Linux or Source Mage
or SOX or Soyombo
or SPACE or SPART
or SpartaDOS or Spectra Linux
or SPEEDOS or SPHERE
or SphinxOS or Spice
or Spice/MT or SPIN
or Spinix or SPIX
or Splack or Splashtop
or The Spoon Microkernel or SPOX
or SPP-UX or Spri
or Spring or Sprite
or SP6800 or SQOS
or SqueakNOS or SSB-DOS
or SSP or SSS-PC
or Stable Hybrid Release or Stampede
or STARCOS or StarOS
or STARPLEX II or STARSYS
or Start.com or Static OS
or STD or Stellix
or Sting or STOP
or Stonegate or Storm Linux
or STRATUS or Stratus VOS
or StreamBOX or StreamOS
or StressLinux or Stupid
or STUX or STX
or Subsumpt or SUE
or Sugar on a Stick or Sumo
or SUN or SUNIX
or SUNMOS or SunOS
or Sun Linux or SunriseOS
or Sun Solaris or Sunwah Linux
or SuperDOS or SuperGamer
or Super OS or Super ubuntu
or SUPER-UX or SuSe
or SVM or SVR
or SVS or SyCODE Platform
or Syllable Desktop or Symbian OS
or Symbian Platform or Symbolics Genera
or SymbOS or Symobi
or Symphony OS or Synapse
or Synthesis or Synthetix
or SYSEX or SysPak OS
or System B or System 1
or SystemRescueCD or System 6
or System 2 or System V

 [...]

   Read the rest at:
   http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-18 02:53:20 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Tablix or Tabos
or TAJ or TajOS
or Talon DSP RTOS or TalOS
or Tao or TAOS
or Tape Scope 2 or Taprobane GNU/Linux
or Taste or TDOS
or TechLinux or TENEX
or T.H.E. or THEOS
or ThinBSD or Thinstation
or Thix or Thoth
or ThreadX or 3Anoppix
or 3BSD OR 386BSD
or 386/ix or ThrillOS
or Tigger or Tilix
or Timos or Tinfoil Hat Linux
or Tin Hat Linux or TinOS
or TinyMe or TinyOS
or TI System V or TITAN
or TJI-OS or Tmax Window
or TME or TMX
or TNIX or TNKernel
or tomsrtbt or Tomukas
or Toophpix or TopDOS
or Topix or Topologilinux
or TOPS-10 or TOPS-20
or Topsy or Tornado
or Torsion or TOS
or TOS/360 or Toutou
or Towns OS or TPF
or TP/M or Trampoline
or tresos or Triance OS
or TriangleOS or Trinity
or Trio or Trion
or TripOS or Trisquel
or TRIX or TrixBox
or TRK or TRON
or Tropix or Troppix
or TRS-DOS or TrueBSD
or Tru64 UNIX or Trusted IRIX
or Trusted Solaris or Trusted Xenix
or Trustix or Truva
or TS or TSB
or TS8/E or TSM
or TSOS or TSS
or TSS-8 or TSS/360
or TSX or TSX-PLUS
or TSX-32 or TUD:OS
or TumiX or TUNES
or TUNIS or TupiServer
or Tuquito or TurboDOS
or Turbolinux or Turkix
or TurnKey Linux or 2200T
or 2200VP or 2200VS
or 2K or TWOS
or 2000E or 2000F

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
George Dance
2010-07-18 20:12:58 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or UberOS or UbixOS
or ubuntu or ubuntu eee
or ubuntu JeOS or ubuntu Lite
or ubuntu Minimal Desktop or ubuntu Mini Remix
or ubuntu Mobile or ubuntu Netbook Edition
or ubuntu Privacy Remix or ubuntustudio
or UCLA Locus or UCLA Secure
or uClinux or UCS
or UCSD-p or or udos
or Ufficio Zero or UHC
or UHU-Linux or UKnow4Kids
or uL or U-lite
or Ulteo or Ultima
or Ultimate or ULTRADOS
or Ultrix or Umax
or UMD or UMES
or Umix or UMMPS
or UMN or Underground
or uNETix or Unicos
or Unicox-max or Unics
or Unifix Linux or UniFLEX
or UNI/OS or UniPlus
or Uniq or UniqueOS
or Unison/Reliant pSOS or Unison RTOS
or Unisys or Unisys OS 2200
or Unisys U5000 or Unity
or UNIX or UNIX-RTR
or Unix System III or UNIX 32M
or UNIX Time-Sharing System or UnixWare
or UNOS or UNSW
or Unununium or U-OS
or Urli OS or UserLinux
or USG or USIX
or USS or USX
or UTEK or UTILEX
or UTS or Ututo
or UTX-32 or ux
or UXP/DS or UXP/V
or UZIX

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos

Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
George Dance
2010-07-19 10:25:53 UTC
Permalink
Post by George Dance
[...]
or UberOS or UbixOS
or ubuntu or ubuntu eee
or ubuntu JeOS or ubuntu Lite
or ubuntu Minimal Desktop or ubuntu Mini Remix
or ubuntu Mobile or ubuntu Netbook Edition
or ubuntu Privacy Remix or ubuntustudio
or UCLA Locus or UCLA Secure
or uClinux or UCS
or UCSD-p or or udos
or Ufficio Zero or UHC
or UHU-Linux or UKnow4Kids
or uL or U-lite
or Ulteo or Ultima
or Ultimate or ULTRADOS
or Ultrix or Umax
or UMD or UMES
or Umix or UMMPS
or UMN or Underground
or uNETix or Unicos
or Unicox-max or Unics
or Unifix Linux or UniFLEX
or UNI/OS or UniPlus
or Uniq or UniqueOS
or Unison/Reliant pSOS or Unison RTOS
or Unisys or Unisys OS 2200
or Unisys U5000 or Unity
or UNIX or UNIX-RTR
or Unix System III or UNIX 32M
or UNIX Time-Sharing System or UnixWare
or UNOS or UNSW
or Unununium or U-OS
or Urli OS or UserLinux
or USG or USIX
or USS or USX
or UTEK or UTILEX
or UTS or Ututo
or UTX-32 or ux
or UXP/DS or UXP/V
or UZIX
[...]
   http://tinyurl.com/bettysos
Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
[...]

or V
or Vapour or VAXELN
or VAX/VMS or VectorLinux
or VENIX or VENUS
or Verax or VERSAdos
or VidaLinux or VideoLinux
or vikek OS or Vine
or Vino or VIROS
or Visi On or Visopsys
or Visual Network OS or Vixta
or VLOS or VM/CMS
or VM-CP or VME/B
or VME/K or VM/ESA
or VM/IX or VMiX x86
or VMKnoppix or VM PC
or VMS or VM/SP
or VM/370 or VM2000
or VMUNIX or VM/VSE
or VM/XA or VNLinux
or VoltaLinux or VOLVIX
or VORTEX or VOS
or VPS/VM or VRTX
or VRX or VS
or VSAM or VSE
or VSE/ESA or VSE/SP
or VS/9 or VSOS
or VSTa or VS-2
or VTOS or V2 OS
or VULCAN or VxWorks

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos

Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
George Dance
2010-07-20 15:04:54 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or WAITS or WarBSD
or WarLinux or Waterloo Port
or Wazobia Linux or Webfish Linux
or webOS or WEGA
or WHAX or White Box
or White Dwarf LInux or Whitix
or Whoppix or WiBSD
or WIENUX or WifiBSD
or WiiLi or Windows
or Windows Automotive or Windows CE
or Windows Fundamentals or Windows Home Server
or Windows Millennium Edition or Windows Mobile
or Windows 98 or Windows 95
or Windows NT or Windows Server
or Windows 7 or Windows 2000
or Windows XP or or Windows Vista
or WinLinux or WinSlack
or WISDOM or WIZRD
or Wolf Mountain or Wolvix
or WOMP! or WPS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos

Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
George Dance
2010-07-21 21:24:23 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Xandros or Xange
or XAOS or Xarnoppix
or XBMC Live or Xebian
or Xenix or Xenoppix
or X-evian or Xfld
or Ximian Desktop or Xinu
or x-kernel or xMach
or Xoftnix or XOPE
or XOK or XOS
or X/OS or XPATH O
or XPC Target or xPud
or XSP or Xteam
or XT1 or XtreemOS
or XTS-400 or Xubuntu
or XYLEM

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos

Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
George Dance
2010-07-22 23:06:53 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or Yamit
or Yaxic or Yellow Dog Linux
or YES Linux or Yggdrasil Linux/GNU/X
or Ylmf OS or Yoctix
or YOPER or YouOS

[...]

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos

Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
George Dance
2010-07-23 18:20:45 UTC
Permalink
[...]

or ZealOS or Zebuntu
or Zenix or Zencafe
or Zen Linux or Zenwalk
or Zeroshell or Zeta
or ZEUS or ZeVenOS
or ZipSlack or z/Linux
or ZMOS or ZoftOS
or ZoneCD or Zopix
or z/OS or ZotOS
or ZRTS or z/TPF
or zUbuntu or z/VM
or z/VSE or Zygomatic.
All Betty needs is Red Hat
and no blue screens.

~~~
George Dance
May-June, 2010

Read the rest at:
http://tinyurl.com/bettysos

Watch for "Betty's OS 2.0" - coming to The Betty Blog this August.
Peter J Ross
2010-06-29 21:33:53 UTC
Permalink
In rec.arts.poems on Sun, 27 Jun 2010 07:00:24 -0700 (PDT), George
Dance the notorious plagiarist <***@yahoo.ca> wrote:

<some mindless drivel, as usual whenever he isn't stealing from a
better writer>
Post by George Dance
[...]
Read the rest
Why?
--
PJR :-)
http://pjr.gotdns.org/
Continue reading on narkive:
Loading...