LJ Subscriber Wins Computer

For the last several months, new and renewing Linux Journal subscribers have been entered in an exclusive drawing. The prize? Penguin Computing's dual-processor, dual-monitor workstation! Today we are excited to announce the lucky winner of this fully loaded system.

Grand Prize Winner: David Rolfe of Michigan

On August 1 the "Win a Penguin Computer" drawing was held. We contacted David to let him know he had won. "I think I've died and gone to computer geek heaven!!" David told us. We couldn't have hoped for a happier and more gracious winner.

Runner-ups in the "Win a Penguin Computer" contest will receive an ultimate Linux package including, T-shirts, books, and LJ's famous penguin chair.

Runner-ups: Ian Kirk of California; Anthony Ziemba of New Jersey; John Chapin of New York

Thank you to everyone who entered this special contest and special thanks to Penguin Computing for providing such an incredible system!


Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

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