Document Freedom Day (DFD) is a global day for document liberation. It will be a day of grassroots effort to educate the public about the importance of Open Document Formats and Open Standards in general.
Go to http://documentfreedom.org/ to learn more. If you've ever had trouble opening a text document or spreadsheet or anything else because you created it in an older version of software (Word/Excel/WordPerfect/Lotus/Powerpoint etc), you understand the need for document freedom.
So, go to http://www.openoffice.org/ to learn more about a FREE (as in, you don't have to pay for at AND all the freedoms from the LGPL.
If you're STILL not clear on what all this "Document Freedom" stuff is about, there' still time to stop by the HLUG Linux Workshop (6-9pm tonight at HAL-PC) OR to call in to Technology Bytes tonight from 8-10pm on KPFT FM 90.1
You know you want to. :-) Documents want to be FREE!!