"Professionalism" syntax

Steve Thacker w5set at alltel.net
Sat Nov 13 19:21:24 UTC 2004

lør, 13.11.2004 kl. 17.56 skrev seth vidal:
> On Sat, 2004-11-13 at 16:51 +0100, Kyrre Ness Sjobak wrote:
> > fre, 12.11.2004 kl. 21.00 skrev seth vidal:
> > > > No but you might find that some words are found "unprofessional" for 95%
> > > > of the userbase - even if they personally don't care.

Do a nice screensaver need to contain anything that might get misjugded?

But can we *please* stop this war?

I AGREE--------STOP!!!!
BUT	please split the screensavers into "good for grandma and MY kids" 
and something that I wouldn't mind laughing about once in a while.
I have enough trouble keeping my 5 teenage boys away from trash sites on 
the internet without something poping up on the screen reminding them of 
their hormone driven interests. I am not a prude--I work electrical 
construction as a forman/leadman, I allow my foster kids and adopted 
kids to roam on the internet to a limited extent, but they do use LINUX 
to do this with--like Fedora Core 2. I have taken MS Windows off of 
their "internet" computer and hopefully will have taken some of the 
"risk" from my local network from their browsing.
	But I do keep a log of where they go and disconnect their cat5 cable if 
they go or do something outside the rules of conduct--but a questionable 
screensaver popping up just might put a question inside very 
"inquireing" minds they just have to get an answer to.....thanks steve

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