Cover This!

Come up with cover ideas for fun and prizes! Our poor brains are growing fatigued after six years of coming up with ideas to put on the cover of Linux Journal, so we'd like to expand the thinking pool by soliciting cover ideas from LJ readers. We need cover ideas for the following issues and editorial foci:
  • Issue 84, April--Internet/Intranet

  • Issue 85, May--Linux Training and Certification

  • Issue 86, June--Internationalization and Emerging Markets

Please submit printable cover concepts in text to Khris Goldberg (khris@ssc.com). If your idea is selected you will be awarded a lifetime subscription to Linux Journal as well as a super swell Linux Journal jacket, manufactured by Land's End.

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