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We welcome News Editor Justin Ryan to our LinuxJournal.com team. Justin brings us breaking news in the community as it happens.
Ok, so this one may be obvious but hey -- did you know LinuxJournal.com now has forums? We're using the Drupal forum module which allows seemless authentication from your LinuxJournal.com account. We're still tweaking the forums based on user feedback so please don't be shy. Let us know if you have suggestions -- we'd love to hear them.
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You've been longing for a Party Penguin Style shirt, haven't you. Introducing Linux Journal's shop. Find back issues, archive CDs, T-shirts, stickers, you name it here. And just in time for the holidays. We're adding more products every week, stay tuned.
A couple of months ago Linux Journal was lucky enough to have Katherine Druckman join our team in the position of Webmaster (and she quickly changed her title to Webmistress which is one of thousand reasons we love her). Katherine is working hard to enrich LinuxJournal.com with features galore while still maintaining it's new crisp, clean and intuitive design. We wouldn't have all of the above new features to announce if it wasn't for Katherine so I just wanted to take a quick moment to publicly thank her for all of her hard work. Thanks, Katherine!
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|CentOS 6.8 Released||May 27, 2016|
|Secure Desktops with Qubes: Introduction||May 27, 2016|
|Chris Birchall's Re-Engineering Legacy Software (Manning Publications)||May 26, 2016|
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