The page concerns itself mostly with the fact that Dos is smaller and faster than Linux. You can load it on a floppy without any tweaking whatsoever ,etc.
If you think you know computers, check this page on 'What REAL Computer People Need To Know About Computers'
While I agree with most of what he says, I think that he does go overboard a little bit. Is it really possible that one single person could know that much?
'You need to know all the major languages: C, Fortran, BASIC, ...'
He lists nine languages in total. Nine programming languages! Yes there's value in that, but nine programming languages! Goddamn.
Actually nine programming languages aren't so bad. If you can BASIC, Pascal can count as 1 language, because they're somewhat similar and C and Java can be lumped in the same boat. Then well, I only have 7 programming languages to learn. Cool!
Anyway, there's quite a large number of stuff mentioned in that article that I should know. So bye for now, I'm getting an electronics book.