Have a Tech Tip? Get a T-Shirt!

Do you have a tech tip you'd like to share with Linux Journal readers? Send us your tip (use the subject line "Tech Tip" please and include your mailing address as well as preferred t-shirt size, Small, Medium, Large or Xtra-Large). If yours is chosen to be published, we'll send you a very fancy t-shirt.

For inspiration, here are a few examples of tech tips we have published:
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A very solid effort in

Andrioid's picture

A very solid effort in getting more people participating in the tech tips. I'd be more interested in a 'Linux Journal' polo shirt, than a t-shirt that says that I am smarter than everyone else. Maybe it is just me, but I think it is a bit egocentric to wear something like that.

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