Linux Rules - Literally

Tell me this isn't the coolest ruler ever.


Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.


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Linus Rules - Finally

Don Ritchey's picture

OK. Cool!!

When are the subscribers going to get theirs?

Linus Rules

Will Godfrey's picture

I want one!

In fact I want several to scatter around the offices :)

I agree

Carlie Fairchild's picture

They're fun/ny. :-D

We only got a couple of hundred made up so the only places to get one would be at the LJ Shop or if you find one of the LJ crew at SxSW this week in Austin, TX, then ask them. They're each carrying a small handful around and will happily give you one.

Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

This is pretty cool, I

Tom Berten's picture

This is pretty cool, I didn't even realize there was an LJShop until I read this post. Seems I'll be buying one of these rulers and a few other bits while I'm at it! Linux rocks!

Tom Berten
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