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If you're not yet subscribed to Linux Journal, you're missing out on seriously in-depth technical projects, articles, and reviews that you can't find here on Not to mention our famous (and even award-winning) authors' monthly columns which include:

  • Reuven Lerner's At The Forge: focuses on leading-edge Linux application development trends
  • Kyle Rankin's Hack and / : divulging and exploring tweaks and hacks for sys admins
  • Marcel Gagne's Cooking with Linux: walks you through desktop Linux apps how-tos
  • Mick Bauer's Paranoid Penguin: featuring hands-on security information that our readers can put to use in their jobs
  • Dave Taylor's Work the Shell: shows you how to create and tweak common shell scripts and solve vexing admin problems
  • Doc Searls' EOF: discusses the technical, management and social issues critical to the Linux community
  • Zack Brown's diff -u: explores what's new in kernel development

...and don't forget about all of our cool features and reviews. Speaking of reviews, our next issue alone will feature Minirok, Perfect Match, FpcBol, the OLPC XO, CeltX, Zimbra Desktop, and COWON iAudio 7 reviews. SEE, LOTS OF STUFF YOU CAN'T MISS OUT ON!

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