Linux Journal Flickr Pool Roundup
Linux Journal's Flickr pool regularly brings in fun photos from readers around the world.
In addition to what we post in Linux Journal's Flickr Pool Roundup here online, we also choose one photo to run in the print magazine as Photo of the Month. The photo's owner receives a free LJ t-shirt as their lucky prize, so make sure to add your photo to the pool.
Too darn adorable. Submitted by patrick_haverkamp.
tuxstorm shows us that we at Linux Journal are not the only fine collectors of the magazine.
Victor Gregorio shows us a prototype mobile device by Compal running Ubuntu MID Edition.
From the Linux Journal archives, an oldie but a goodie. We can't help but to love this photo of our dear friend Eric Raymond.
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