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September 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: HOW-TOs

How'd Ya Do That?

I tend to read science fiction or fantasy for entertainment and/or escape from reality. more>>

August 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Programming

Building a Better Mouse (and Keyboard) Trap

I've mentioned in years past that my programming skills started with Pascal and ended with bubble sorting. more>>

There's Browser in My SSH

No, there's SSH in my browser! Although it may not be as logical of a combination as chocolate and peanut butter, for Chromebook users, an HTML5 SSH client is pretty amazing. Granted, Google's "crosh" shell has SSH abilities, but it's a very limited implementation. more>>

Sleep as Android

I sleep poorly. In fact, insomnia has plagued me for years. As it turns out, even when I think I'm sleeping well, I'm usually not. There's nothing worse than a shoddy night's sleep followed by an abrupt alarm going off when you've finally settled into a deep slumber.

Enter: Sleep as Android. more>>

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July 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Networking

When our house was built a few years ago (after our house fire), one of the things I wanted was a house wired for Ethernet connectivity. more>>

June 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Android

The Face of a Toaster

Science-fiction geeks have very specific definitions for their (okay, "our") jargon. A cyborg is a hybrid mechanical and organic creature. more>>

May 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Raspberry Pi

A Pint-Size Powerhouse with a Tasty-Sounding Name

It's hard not to love the Raspberry Pi. more>>

April 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: High Performance Computing

When I was in college, there was a rich kid down the hall who had a computer with 16MB of RAM. Before you scoff, you need to think back to 1993. more>>

Google Dart Article Correction

I'm the author of the article "Introducing Dart, the New Web Language from Google" in the March 2013 issue. I wrote the article in late December and submitted the article in early January of this year. During the time I was writing it, I was using Dart M2 (version 0.2.9.9). I made sure to have my colleagues check over my code and worked to make sure that everything was perfect! more>>

March 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Web Development

Remembering Spidey

Back before Google was born, and even longer before it became a verb, the World Wide Web was often searched by a little spider on a surfboard. more>>

Call for Articles: Cylons, Cyborgs and Androids!

But really just Androids. Do you develop for Android? Have you replaced your computer with an Android tablet? Are you using Android it a way no one has ever considered before? If so, we want to hear from you! Our Android focused issue of Linux Journal is just around the corner, and we're accepting article queries now. Hurry up and submit, before Google releases another version! more>>

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Long Live IRC

Find Linux Journal on irc.freenode.net, #linuxjournal. Join us in the room any time for some quick help, support or witty banter. more>>

February 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: System Administration

Digital Duct Tape

I've had enough system administration jobs to know that companies tend to take drastically different approaches to how they handle technology. more>>

Help Us Feed You Pi!

Everybody loves the Raspberry Pi, and there are so many things it can do, filling an issue with Raspberry Pi goodness should be a piece of cake! To do that, however, we need your help. more>>

January 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Security

Sticky Note of Doom

Years ago, I had the brilliant idea that all my users in the finance department should have complex passwords. This made perfect sense to everyone, since dealing with millions of dollars of revenue is something that should be secured. So, the passwords were changed with complexity requirements enforced. I slept better that night knowing our paychecks were no longer secured by passwords like "mustang" or "mrwhiskers".

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