Tag: linux

Computers and syllogisms

After looking all through the character map for Arial Narrow in Windows, and various other fonts on my Linux boxes, I realised that several fonts are missing an incredibly vital syllogistic symbol! The therefore symbol, which looks like a triangle of three dots ( &there4 ) can’t be found within many popular font maps. To …

Continue reading

New installation of Gentoo

After hours of researching and examining new Linux distros, I decided to go with an updated version of Gentoo (2006.1). I’m installing it firstly on my test machine (Green), and then possibly on Blue if I like it. The only thing that I noticed that was somewhat interesting about this particular distro is that it …

Continue reading

About me

I figure that if you’re reading this blog, it might be somewhat helpful to know a little bit about me. My name is Nathan Zachary, but I’ve gone by “Zach” since I was knee-high to a grasshopper. The Z-Issue is simply my journal about various topics–some serious, some silly–ranging from Aristotelian perspectives, to prefrontal cortical …

Continue reading