| Posted in absinthe, absinthe dvd, absinthe movie, kde4, linux, ubuntu | Posted on 2/11/2010
Back in 2008, well known actor David Arquette teamed up with Le Tourment Vert to create a short 12 minute 3D film called "The Butler's In Love". Not much was heard about it until late 2009.
Recently, I decided to try out some free software in Ubuntu, my computer operating system. Its free, so dont expect much from it :) But considering what I had to work with, this little DVD I made came out nicely. It includes the short film "The Butlers In Love" (of which you can find on youtube and elsewhere) and a couple other interesting clips from Tourmented Films as well. I made this DVD so you can sit back, relax at home with a glass of absinthe and enjoy this short film on the big screen, instead of huddled around a computer monitor.
I hold no rights to this DVD and the original producers hold all copyrights. I simply made it for your pleasure. You will have to click the link below to download the ISO file, then burn the ISO file to a blank disc.
This ISO file is 390mb in size.
If you are interested in linux operating systems, which have tons of free programs (over 20,000 free programs), please check out the links below. There are some main reasons I use linux over Windows. No more viruses, linux is free and so are any programs you want to use in linux, no need to download drivers, no secret government back doors, no need to defrag the hard drive, and on and on.
The image under this paragraph shows you my KDE desktop and Windows 7 running within a virtual box :) If I want/need to, I can do Windows 7 full screen, with no border box around it. Some video editing software I have for Windows, doesnt work in linux, so from time to time I need to jump into Windows. Notice how similar Win7 is to KDE4? Microsoft copied the KDE4 look to create Windows 7. KDE's style was around over a year ago already. But Windows wins out when there is some program that wont work in linux. Some games dont work in linux, etc. You can get many Windows programs working fine in linux like Photoshop, MS Office, and others, but in the event of a rare occasion where your MS program wont work in linux, you can simply run XP or Win7 in a box. So check it out!
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