Running a Linux Blog can be such fun when you point out the radical ANTIFA-like Linux Inquisitors ‘n activists – whilst also pointing out their archaic Holy Inquisition hierarchy practices (e.g. forced SUDO ‘n annoying “Authenticate” popups on innocent home Desktop OS users).

Oh, almost forgot, i.e. ‘almost‘ nothing is more fun than pointing out the fact to Linux full-time Desktop OS users that Linux has never mastered the basic workings of the Scroll Wheel Mouse: see #1, see #2. The mouse under Linux OSes is basically useless beyond simple functions like point ‘n click. Linux remains ‘A TERMINAL-CENTRIC’ OS stuck in a distant DOS past.

As I mentioned, ‘almost‘ nothing is more fun than the above ‘mentioned‘ items; however, Linux offers *LOTS* of fun in all kinds of areas – Meet the Ubuntu 21.04 “Hirsute Hippo” Artwork by Sylvia Ritter, Made with Krita:

It’s that time of the year again, when super talented concept artist Sylvia Ritter releases her astonishing artwork inspired by the next major release of the popular Ubuntu distribution, Ubuntu 21.04.

Meet the Hirsute Hippo artwork by Sylvia Ritter, made with the powerful, open-source and cross-platform Krita digital painting and raster graphics software.

Undoubtedly this is yet another masterpiece from Sylvia Ritter, and this time the artwork is made in a format suitable for your mobile phones and tablets since PinePhone has become such a very popular device among Linux fans. You can download the artwork right now from the artist’s DeviantArt page.

Well, that is unquestionably a 1,000% better looking Hirsute Hippo than the ones I’ve been ‘Seeing‘!

  • Hirsute – having a lot of hair, especially on the face or body … Synonym: hairy … Opposite: hairless.

The Story of Henrietta the Hairy Hippo:

Henrietta is taunted by the hippos, because they see her completely hairy body. She is unable to find a home until The Snip Snip Bird fixed her hair.

I miss using Ubuntu, but am a Fulltime Linux Root User ‘n Ubuntu doesn’t allow such freedom for its home Desktop OS users.

LINUX IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES – you never know what you’re gonna get!