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Season 1, episode 16. Of course, it's version 1.x but that was the only thing out then.
I love House--watched Hugh Laurie in Black Adder and never would have guessed he had this side to him. Great show.
Posted at 07:33 AM in Linux, Open source, OpenOffice, OpenOffice.org | Permalink
I didn't notice that, that's cool.
May 09, 2006 at 11:33 AM
There is another sample in :
- Alias episode 212 with OpenOffice Writer
- Desperate Housewives episode 220 with OpenOffice Calc
July 09, 2006 at 08:20 AM
No WAY! Desperate Housewives, and OpenOffice on Linux??? That's like--well, I don't know, like something very odd. Very much a contrast. And two different networks too since House is on Fox.
Thanks for the links!
July 09, 2006 at 08:39 AM
Do you reckon it's a legal issue? Don't know if the MSFT or Apple licenses have restrictions about using their stuff on TV or the movies, but that's the first thought that crossed my mind.
How geeky is it to notice what kind of software is on a computer screen on a TV show, though? (Geeky in a good way, that is.)
Roy Jacobsen |
July 10, 2006 at 08:50 PM
Hey Roy--nice to hear from you. Good point. Apple is all about its hardware being used (in Good situations by Good characters) but maybe the software is a different situation.
July 11, 2006 at 06:35 AM
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