Are You a Longtime Linux Journal Subscriber?

The 200th issue of Linux Journal is rapidly approaching, and we'd like to
take this opportunity for everyone to learn a bit more about some of the
people who've helped make LJ possible for so many years. If you're a longtime subscriber, please fill out the following form by September 10, 2010 (we reserve the right to print your responses):

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We will randomly select ten subscribers who participate, and send the
"winners" a free T-shirt.

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Smartminds please come forward with great ideas to develop greater platforms in Linux

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