What it's all about . . .

Ever wonder why a guy like me writes all these articles, pens all these books, gives talks at trade shows, universities, or appears on radio and television. It's not the fame and glory (there isn't much anyhow). No, it's something entirely different.

I have a few more shirts, but I thought it best to stop when I did. -- Marcel

Marcel (Writer and Free Thinker at Large) Gagné is Linux Journal's resident Chef Français and the author of the award-winning "Cooking with Linux" column which appears monthly in the magazine. You can visit his main Website here or check out his Cooking with Linux site here . . . if you dare.

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Marcel (Writer and Free Thinker at Large) Gagné
http://www.marcelgagne.com AND www.cookingwithlinux.com

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thanks marcel!

Anonymous's picture

Thanks for being consistently funny, informative, and always interesting. One of the few remaining bright spots in LJ. If all you need are a few t-shirts, I'll send you some myself!

Apologies in advance if I double-post- the first one got flagged as spam many hours ago and still hasn't appeared.

ps- the captcha sux. Too hard to read.

:)

Anonymous's picture

Your articles are about all that keep me buying LJ anymore. Keep up the great work, and if all you need to be happy is t-shirts, I'll send you some myself!

PS- no French accent?? I am so disillusioned!!

:)

What?!?!?!?

barryp's picture

.... no chef hat? Mon Dieu!

Paul Barry

That isn't a gecko

theillien's picture

It's a chameleon. Interesting considering you changed your "colors" so frequently in the video.

Gecko is a chameleon

marcel's picture

Well, darn it all to heck! Don't I feel silly (this from the guy in that video [ insert appropriate smiley here ] ).

-- Marcel

Marcel (Writer and Free Thinker at Large) Gagné
http://www.marcelgagne.com AND www.cookingwithlinux.com

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