TUXDigital once invited Joe to Cup of Linux, but after telling him the rules, he decided he didn't like the rules and didn't want to join.
It is my understanding that he did not like the fact that we require registration in order to chat on our Mumble server. Everyone who reads the rules should understand why we have those countermeasures in place and would know that having them makes sense.
I browsed quickly through some of your comments. I remember listening to that video on my mp3 player. I really like Joe Collins and I think most of time he's right. I give him the same grace I give everyone else. Nobody gets everything right all of the time. Joe is aimed at new users, and I feel like I'm somewhere in between a new user and an advance user. For that reason I find some of his videos boring. And yet some of his terminal videos challenging. I hope Joe keeps doing what he does.
I'm pretty great with a terminal myself and even prefer it the majority of the time. It's so much more efficient than GUIs.
I'm not sure that you would use the terminal for the things I do the most. Seems to me even if you could it would be slow and clunky. I spend most of my time in a web browser. I use thunar for copy and pasting creating directories etc. You can do that in the terminal but it's a lot of typing. I use Audacity a lot. Then I use Gimp, gnome disks, Gsmartcontrol, Gparted, xed, mousepad, leafpad, gedit. Then there are other gui programs I use a lot less like kdenlive. I just don't see the point in jumping into the terminal for these things. However I do use the terminal for issuing install commands, sometimes I use it as a way of giving a program root privileges. Of Course Htop, and whenever I need to repair something, and the instruction is written with terminal commands. I'm not scared of the terminal I just don't have a lot of things to do in it.