DRAG.NET was intended to be a serious presentation on Windows-to-Linux migration for the nontechnical end-user. It was also intended to be an entertaining experiment in combining a serious technical presentation with cheesy vaudeville.

This production was performed 31 Jan 2002 at the New York LinuxWorld with Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda as the announcer. It was the first time I've ever worn a suit at a trade show, and likely the last.

Here's the script.

Here's a "making of" epilogue on what I learned about Linux's end-user software as we put this production together.

Here are the slides from the talk.