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Best of Technical Support

Our experts answer your technical questions. more>>

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Best of Technical Support

Our experts answer your technical questions. more>>

Letters

Readers sound off. more>>

It's All about Height

New York's antennas from a radio buff's point of view. more>>

Useless?

ping6 is the new ping. more>>

A Rose by Any Other Name--Is It Still the Same?

Reaction to the Caldera/The SCO Group announcement at GeoFORUM, Part 1. more>>

Linux Dreamworks Redux

DreamWorks latest entry in the animated movie genre opened this past weekend in US theaters. Robin fills us in on what the studio has been up to lately, Linux-wise. more>>

Plug and Crunch: WhiteCross' Linux Story

I always wear a Linux Journal shirt at conferences. One reason, of course, is company loyalty. Another is the fact that we put out some fine shirts. But, the best reason of all is that it attracts stories. People love to tell their Linux stories. The best are suitable for publication. more>>

Cover This!

Come up with cover ideas for fun and prizes! Our poor brains are growing fatigued after six years of coming up with ideas to put on the cover of Linux Journal, so we'd like to expand the thinking pool by soliciting cover ideas from LJ readers. We need cover ideas for the following issues and editorial foci: more>>

Jarring Sects and Buttered Parsnips

Stan uses religious metaphors to discuss the Linux community. more>>

Still Searching

I want a search engine to grep the world for me. more>>

Hold the Back Page

On Eric S. Raymond's The Cathedral and The Bazaar more>>

SOC it To 'Ya!

A host of system-on-chip silicon devices will help push embedded Linux into the post-PC era. more>>

The Message

Doc discusses instant messaging. more>>
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