TechieMoe is curious to see what improvements have been made over the last couple of versions, and whether or not he can justify carrying around a wallet-sized CD-R of it again.
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DSL is usually my first choice for old computers, since it has a very small footprint and offers most of the tasks everyday users need out of the box (minus multimedia). It will continue to be my choice for this.
However, because of its very nature it's not going to be on my desktop any time soon. With internet, it's a small, quick Debian base to start with. Without, it's only really useful to me for administrative tasks performed from a LiveCD.