Press Release: Hotter than Wesley Crusher
HOUSTON, TX – August 25, 2008 – Belltown Media, Inc., publisher of the award-winning monthly magazine Linux Journal, is pleased to announce that Associate Editor Shawn Powers is hotter than Wesley Crusher. The survey, featured on www.hotbloggercalendar.com, currently features Mr. Powers boasting a 23 vote lead over Wil Wheaton who starred as character Wesley Crusher on the much-loved television series Star Trek The Next Generation.
Katherine Druckman, webmistress for the Linux Journal family of web sites, commented "We are very excited that people think Shawn Powers is hot. We had no idea." Stressing no offense to Mr. Powers, Druckman goes on to say "Really? He's ahead of friggin' Wesley Crusher?"
The Linux Journal team encourages readers and fans to vote for Shawn Powers for Hottest Blogger. Please visit
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About the Publisher
Belltown Media, Inc. is the leading provider of integrated information and media in the open source marketplace. Media offerings span print and on-line, custom publishing, e-newsletters, and other web-based services. Belltown Media is based in Houston, TX with offices throughout the United States.
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