Penguin Photo Contest

Introducing Linux Journal's penguin gallery contest. That's right -- penguins. Real, virtual, 2D, 3D, with fish, without fish, etc., etc. Submit your penguin photo or artwork and be entered to win some pretty cool LJ goodies.

From February 17 through February 28, 2010, upload your best penguin photo or artwork to the Linux Journal Flickr Pool. We'll then ask the community to pitch in and vote for their favorites, and come March 5, we'll announce the winners.

First Prize
Linux Journal Archive CD-ROM (featuring 188 issues of the magazine)
101 Tech Tips DVD, hosted by Shawn Powers
Linux Journal Tux the Penguin 2010 Wall Calendar

Second Prize
101 Tech Tips DVD, hosted by Shawn Powers
Linux Journal Tux the Penguin 2010 Wall Calendar

Third Prize
Linux Journal Tux the Penguin 2010 Wall Calendar

What are you waiting for? Enter your penguin art now!

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Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

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MoustafaC's picture

Whatever happened to the contest? I haven't seen any update about the winners.

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