Linux Journal Daily Giveaway

What does a Popcorn Hour, Star Theater Pro Planetarium, and a TED Home Electricity Monitor have in common? All prizes you can win this month in Linux Journal's annual Daily Giveaway contest.

We're giving away a prize every day this month of November. No purchase is necessary. Visit www.linuxjournal.com/giveaway for your chance to win.

Good luck!

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This is a great news, thanks

Lizzie's picture

This is a great news, thanks a lot for sharing this with us. It was really useful for me to find about all this information.
Asigurari Ieftine

awesome

Anonymous's picture

this give-away idea is pretty cool. too bad i hadn't heard about this until the cider kit give away day. this would be a handy prize to win, but cannot compete with my 5 gallons of homebrew cider currently fermenting in a 5 gallon carboy in my kitchen... but i must say its good to see someone pushing the fine hobby of homebrewing on others the same way i do with linux.

the 2 best things in life are homebrewed beer/cider and linux/bsd.
awesome selection of prizes, excepting the windows only voip thing.

cheers!

any way to get the check box for the LJ supplement to work?

nawglan's picture

Unchecking it does nothing. It still forces you to download the PDF.

Check box does work...

Carlie Fairchild's picture

The check box is for the newsletter. It does indeed work -- I just tested it all around here and all is well.

As for the supplement (it's actually a free issue of LJ and not a supplement, just FYI), simply follow the link that reads "Prefer to enter the daily giveaway drawing without downloading Linux Journal? Click here." and you will not be given the free issue of Linux Journal.

Hope that helps!

Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

Doh!

nawglan's picture

*scrubs glasses* *remembers 3rd grade, follow instructions*

Sorry bout that, totally missed that bit of text.

Just wondering if maybe the

Anonymous's picture

Just wondering if maybe the giveaways should be ebook readers to deal with the mass exodus of paper magazines. :)

WTF MagicJack

Anonymous's picture

First giveaway is MagicJack, a product that doesn't run on Linux systems!

Fair enough, but...

Carlie Fairchild's picture

the one here is running under vmware (http://www.magicjacksupport.com/using-magicjack-on-linux-f15.html) so I hadn't thought much more about it... other than it's kinda cool. But touche. Lots of Linux and just general geek products coming up though, I promise.

Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

I was thinking the same

metalx2000's picture

I was thinking the same thing.

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