1/2 Off Linux Journal Archive CD-ROM
We don't and won't typically post promotions within our blogs but this deal is a little juicy so we wanted to make sure to spread the word. Through this Friday, August 1, the latest Linux Journal Archive CD-ROM is 1/2 off the regular price. The CD, which is regularly $34.95, can be purchased THIS WEEK ONLY from the Linux Journal Shop for just $17.48.
The Archive CD-ROM contains every issue of Linux Journal, from the premiere March 1994 issue through December 2007 -- that's over 160 issues in all in a handy, easy to use HTML format.
No special coupon code is necessary for the discount. Just make sure to get your order in by or before this Friday, August 1.
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