Daily Giveaways the Entire Month of November

What does a Recompute DIY kit, a Brain Machine, and an Ice Tube Clock all have in common? The question is, Alex, What Are Things You Can Win From Linux Journal This Month. That's right, we're celebrating 200 issues in a big way this November and have rounded up some pretty cool prizes to give away each and every day.

Visit www.linuxjournal.com/giveaway for your chance to win. No purchase is necessary (although we won't be mad at you if you want to also subscribe to Linux Journal). We're not shy about giving things away around here, so while on many of the days just a single prize will be awarded, on some days we'll surprise you with a handful of winners. But you'll never know unless you enter to win. So go enter to win now. And celebrate with us. 200 issues? Pretty cool if you ask me.


Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.


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Entry Form and Shirt Sizes

bikerpoet's picture

There should be a wider selection of shirt sizes on the entry form. Many of us Geeks are 2XL and larger.


Philip's picture

Do i have to register per day or just once?

You must enter once per day

Webmistress's picture

You must enter once per day for each item you'd like to enter to win.

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

For US citizens only?

Kenneth's picture

The entry form says a State is required. I'm not from the US.
Is the for US citizens only?

No, you do not have to be in

Webmistress's picture

No, you do not have to be in the US to enter. You may enter a province or other address info in the state field.

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

I think I entered...

Ewen's picture

Hitting submit gave me a copy of LJ Lite (I thought I'd followed the link to not get that..) and took me back to the form.

I guess that means it's submitted?

Thanks for the giveaways :)

Entry form(s)?

Gumnos's picture

On the calendar-of-prizes page, it references filling out the entry-form. However, there's no link to the entry form(s). Am I missing something?

The big, red "enter now"

Webmistress's picture

The big, red "enter now" button on the right.

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

Ah, THAT one...

Gumnos's picture

Yeah, it was below the fold and by the time I'd scrolled down far enough to read the rules (distracted from the right by the calendar-o'-prizes content on the left), it had gone off the top of my screen. It might help to also hot-link it from the "submit the daily giveaway form" text in the instructions for those as unobservant (or easily distracted) as I am. :)


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