A phrase used to attract attention to a fact or piece of information to the room at large, everyone in the area or around you etc. Derived from note to self
, except that it serves as a reminder/informer of information to a group of people instead of the speaker alone.
1:(at a bar)Note to crowd, it's danny's round.
2:(at home with family)Note to crowd, there's no hot water left.
3:(at the office) Note to crowd, the printer is out of toner.
4:(to imaginary freinds)Note to crowd, someone drank all the beer.
An alternative operating system to that of windows or mac. Can be used for servers, mobile phones and digital tv recievers. Can be customised to suit the user. Is based on Unix, Written by Linus Torvalds.
There are about a hundred different versions of linux distributed to millions of people on billions of computers-so you can bet your ass that one os will be different from the next. Linux allows the user to re-program the software to suit them-this is how many software glitches are sorted out with one person programming one part of the system while another person focusses on another part. Windows only allows this to an extent (ie changing a user name or startup sounds or desktop background etc) so for this reason many software bugs cannot be fixed and hence windows being so unstable. Linux is good for driving mobile phones or powering servers but is impractical for use with the average computer gamer/secretary/photo editor. In other words, a person with programming experience would opt for Linux as they can customise it to suit them, whereas a person wishing to read email or surf net would opt for Windows or Mac as they will not have to know anything about programming first.
Newer versions of linux can make applications (ie Windows media player or Mac video editor) run with Linux.
Note: A particularly bad combination is: Dell computer, Pentium 4 CPU and Windows XP. Try switching the combination (ie fit an AMD Athlon CPU)-this i am pointing out as many unstabilities are rooted to the CPU and combination of hardware components, rather than the actual software itself.
1: Two words or more that sound the same but have completely different meanings.
2: A remark meaning that one person has the same thoughts/feelings as the other.
1: Base-an easily aquired drug if you go to the right places and don't get caught. Druggie:That is some good base, man...
Bass-lower frequency of sound. DJ: Turn that bass up and get dem beats pumpin'...
2:#1-Hey man, i'm broke till friday, could yeh lend us a tenner?
#2-Similar spellings dude, i'm brassic too.