Tom Reblogged My Linux Mint Tutorial … in Spanish!

And more, he wrote a whole new story around it and made lots of useful links. And in return I translated his blogstory back to English. Kinda funny thing with Tom being a natural Spanish speaker and me a German we both manage quite ok-ish to converse in English but when it’s about reading his blog I really really need to instrumentalize fuxn Google’s help. :/

Anyhoo, here is Tom’s Story as it appears to Google’s translation service. I guess it’s quite ok, only that Google isn’t too sure if the cartoon figure “Orca” is a girl or a boy. Well, last I checked the avie, as well as the RL puppet player, were both female thankyouverymuch.

Too much honour for the scribbles of a silly little cartoon girl <o.o>

And, btw, I’m not finished with the series, was just busy with other stuff in the last couple days. I will make at least one more article about customizing the system and add/remove softwares/apps to/from it. Because, as good and nifty as Mint is, it can always be gooderer. And since it’s Linux we just make it so!


Tom Marrero Ortiz



  1. ๐Ÿค” Hmm. All of those naked pictures of Orca. One would assume that Google would have known that Orca was a female by now.

    Also, it is nice to know that Tom Marrero Ortiz reblogged your Linux Mint tutorial.

    When I first saw the title, I thought it was Tom from “Switched To Linux”.

    Oh, well. Nicely done, Orca!

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    • No, not the Switched Tom but the one relevant for this bloggo!
      And actually, when you look at Second Life avies from a pure technical POV, they’re just a bunch of pixels on your screen. And pixels don’t have a gender or do they? I zoomed into Orca’s noggin and found out she doesn’t even have a brain, so she’s a brainless bimbo. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


  2. Thank you, Orca, for the reblog and for the tutorial. I edited a word in my post so that Google Translate does the translation to “Orca wrote in a blog” instead of “Orca wrote in his blog”. Unfortunately, the translator is not perfect. Thanks again.

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