Linux Journal Meetup
If you're in Houston, come join the Linux Journal crew for drinks and fun Tuesday, March 18th at 7pm. Make your favorite magazine a two-way medium -- meet other Linux Journal fans, get help with Open Source projects, suggest topics for future discussion, show and tell projects, gadgets or devices running Linux, you name it.
Look for LJ Meetups to pop up in other cities in the upcoming months. If you're interested helping launch one in a specific city, drop me a note.
See you soon!
Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.
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