Dec 31

When I read this, I scratched my head:

Technalign, Inc. has announced it has released its Beta 1 Pioneer
Linux Christian Edition operating system to the community. The beta includes
many of the features that come standard with Pioneer Linux. The application
includes the King James Bible and many study applications. 


“The Christian
Edition provides users with the ability to get full support from our user
community as well as boxed sets from authorized resellers,” claims
Technalign CEO Dianne Ursini. “The Christian Edition provides users
the ability to purchase products for full support or download the free
version”. 


The Pioneer Christian
Edition replaces the Frontier Christian Edition previously retailed by
Technalign's partners. There will be a non-installable edition available
for Windows users who only want to use the Christian Edition for study.


Technalign requests that users report back any applications they would
like added as well as applications that they wish removed along with bug
reports.  The commercial versions
have minor differences between the free version. Individuals may choose
from either the free version or a boxed set available from the over 600
Technalign partners in the US and Canada. 


The Pioneer Linux
Christian Edition is targeted at new Linux users as well as experienced
Linux users who are looking for a study guide as well a solid operating
system. The Pioneer Christian Edition provides compatibility with many
existing proprietary applications, Pioneer enables migration to Linux
with a minimum of effort. By running the most popular desktop Office suite,
users can keep their data safe and secure, and initially not learn a new
application. 

I think I've now seen everything.  And yes, I'll be downloading it tonight.  Do you want it too?  It can be found here.

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