I've been an avid Ubuntu user since 2007, but with recent choices on the part of their parent company, I'm looking for greener fields. Mint is definately greener. :)
Beautiful, functional and realativley simple. Having used Ubuntu with Gnome interfaces before there's practically no learning curve.
"This is a forty dollar book at Books-a-Million. And it's indorsed by Charles Spurgeon. (He's quoted for saying as much on the back of the book.) The book I bought is unabridged, but this is still a nice additon for a study reference."
"I have used this tool regularly for years. (Including the privious version 'Gnome Sword'.) It has helped me research verses, commentary, etc. for many messages for my youth group."