Just a reminder that if you are not into mumbo-jumbo, magical thinking and woo, ticking “No Religion” is the best way to ensure your interests are represented:
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I am Richard W.M. Jones, a computer programmer. I have strong opinions on how we write software, about Reason and the scientific method. Consequently I am an atheist [To nutcases: Please stop emailing me about this, I'm not interested in your views on it] By day I work for Red Hat on all things to do with virtualization.
My motto is "often wrong". I don't mind being wrong (I'm often wrong), and I don't mind changing my mind.
This blog is not affiliated or endorsed by Red Hat and all views are entirely my own.