__/ [Kier] on Sunday 05 February 2006 16:07 \__
> On Sun, 05 Feb 2006 08:57:01 -0700, ray wrote:
>> On Sat, 04 Feb 2006 22:24:26 -0800, Au79 wrote:
>>> Desktop Linux - USA
>>> When Novell recently reported early results from its survey of what
>>> applications people wanted ported to Linux, a lot of people were
>>> surprised to see ...
>> I'd rather that they target apps which have NO linux software i.e. tax
>> software and greeting card maker.
> According to the latest Linux Format, there's a relatively new card making
> app called KreetingKard that looks promising.
For the past few years I have been using Apple's service:
I used to actually send the card using Apple's service, which was unreliable,
laggy, and slightly intrusive. Then I began to take screenshots of the card
I had produced (they block the context menu which allows to save the image)
and send it directly by E-mail.
The day that I will pay for greeting cards software is the day when Sinister
Midget turns out to be 7-foot tall, Erik works as a lawyer (and thus tells
/some/ truths), and Bailo /really/ uses Linux.