...and some of that is true. BUT...it is the internet after all, and the internet is trolled by all sorts of "wrong types."
My issue, as a tech pro and someone who has run a business, is digital consumers have an entitlement attitude. They think they are owed free music, movies, unlimited access, help, support, and a cheerful smile, for FREE.
Of course, I suspect they wouldn't be willing to sell their own wares for free.
There is not one single thing related to I.T. that can't be found on the web. Asking...rather...expecting someone to find it for you and consolidate it with a smile on their face for FREE is a classic case of what I'm talking about.
The open source developers have already generously donated GOBS of time in making the software available. If someone wants to use it, they are free and encouraged to do so. But they are responsible for learning it, and that's not too much to ask.
Keep Up with TechRepublic