This week’s articles at perspicuity include:
Previous quikbits are here.
“In these days, a man who says a thing cannot be done is quite apt to be interrupted by some idiot doing it.” — Elbert Green Hubbard (1856-1915) U. S. author, editor, printer.
Notes, log books, emails, and snippets of conversations to assist novice computer users, if not spread around my desk or on my computer, found their way into a print or online version of ‘quikbits’.
Although ‘quikbits’ was discontinued over a year ago, almost every day I am reminded that novice computer users, and especially novice Linux users, fall between the cracks in so far as the opportunity to access and use resources to assist them to use their computers better.
I have revitalised quikbits in the form of perspicuity, and the initial articles include:
These articles are not new, but they continue to provide answers to those that ask. So as well as a bit of decluttering here, hopefully these snippets in the form of perspicuous quikbits will assist some more novice Linux users.