So, our creative director rushed out of his office today yelling "Who knows what a JBF file is?" Regrettably, he didn't care for my answer.
Note: if you're not familiar with the JBF acronym, you're probably better off.
Interesting to note that Microsoft has withdrawn support for their free Web fonts. Since ugly fonts seems to be one of the most common complaints about Linux, I assume that this is an attempt to make life a little more difficult for Linux users. Coincidentally, this was the day that I finally got around to upgrading the fonts on my system.
Personally, as a programmer, I love using Linux as my primary box. In fact, with the exception of needing to grab a file off my Windows box, I haven't turned it on since I started using Linux. Still, Linux is a pain. I've had two Linux "gurus" over to my place who both failed to get KPPP working. I have to use NEAT to connect to the 'net and I periodically have to reboot the box when NEAT fails to connect. I assume that I probably need to send an ATZ command to the modem, but I don't even know how to do that
Yup, still a newbie with Linux, but I'm going to stick with it. In the meantime, I feel Windows has Linux trounced in terms of "ease of use".
And if someone whispers OS-X, I'll whisper back "but I like building my own box".