Prabath’s recent post on the now infamous City Manager of Tuttle (home of the 2003 Heisman Trophy winner) grappling with the concept of operating systems in a paranoid fit of cluelessness had me in stitches for the better half of the morning. Jerry Taylor, the Tuttle man in question, a self professed computer professional of twenty years, has demonstrated to very good effect how NOT to ask for help.
You gotta give it to Jerry, he’s a bold bold man. Not only did he threaten a leading developer of a well meaning distro, he’s also decided to take on The Register. It all amounts to some very entertaining reading.
A Tuttle – that’s what its called now, and they’ve been filling inboxes the world over for decades. Finally, a name for the beast.