In our 2014 Readers' Choice Awards, we asked readers to tell us the
coolest thing they've done with Linux. There were so many great responses,
but we didn't have room for all of
them in the magazine, so we're listing more of the best ones here. Enjoy!
Building my procmail pre-spam spam filter back in mid-late 90s.
Every time I write a Bash script or schedule a cron job, I worry about the
day I'll star in my very own IT version of a Folger's commercial. Instead
of "secretly replacing coffee with Folger's Instant Crystals", however,
I worry I'll be replaced by an automation framework and a few crafty
FOR loops. more>>
Our "Embedded Linux" issue of Linux Journal is just around the corner, and we want YOUR project to be in it! Whether you're embedding a Beagle Bone Black into a dish so you can automatically feed your black Beagle a bone, or you're developing an Arduino-based butler to answer your front door -- we want to hear about it! more>>
December 2013's EOF, titled "Mars Needs Women", visited an interesting
fact: that the male/female ratio among Linux Journal readers, and Linux
developers, is so lopsided (male high, female low) that graphing it would
produce a near-vertical line. more>>