Meet Your Linux Journal Team

Here's your chance to get a peek at the awesome group of people I get to work with behind the scenes at Linux Journal.

Happy Friday!

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Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her chatting on the IRC channel or on Twitter.

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Awesome!

ProfBib's picture

Great work on the video, Katherine! Shawn is a true hair pommade artist!

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Anonymous's picture

Alas...I don't have a flash plugin... :-/

Shawn "Alfalfa" ? LOL

Gullit's picture

Shawn "Alfalfa" ? LOL

Shawn Powers Poster

metalx2000's picture

Ok, you guys really need to make a poster of that photo of Shawn with the rose and sell it. I would buy one.

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