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NOW CLOSED -- Free Issue of Linux Journal

One FREE current or back issue of Linux Journal available for download today only. Pick any issue you like. As a reminder, this is Reader Appreciation Month here at Linux Journal. We are celebrating with give aways, contests and promotions the entire month of June. more>>

Reader Appreciation Month

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June 2012 Issue of Linux Journal: Cool Projects

Keeping It Cool...

Three days ago here in northern Michigan, we had a heavy frost overnight. Those gardeners who ambitiously planted their plants early had to cover them with tarps or tents to make sure they didn't die in the frigid night. Yesterday, the temperature was 96°F. Michigan weather is weird. more>>

May 2012 Issue of Linux Journal: Programming

Rubies, Pythons and Perls!

It may sound like a new Indiana Jones movie or possibly a cheesy platform-style video game from the 1990s, but the title of this column actually refers to our focus this month—programming! Not that there's anything wrong with daring adventures in remote locations, it's just that all the red tape can be overwhelming. more>>

Top Stories of 2011

As the year comes to a close, it is time for year-end reflections. In our case that means sharing the most popular articles of 2011. The following were viewed the most, and in some case created a lot of discussion as well.

1. Readers' Choice Awards 2011 more>>

Linux Journal Android App and EPUB Now Available

We invite you to test drive Linux Journal's new Android app and EPUB version of the magazine. We've made the September issue of LJ available for free in both formats: more>>

Letters

Readers sound off. more>>

UpFront

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Linux Journal Digital

Linux Journal Goes 100% Digital

Introducing Linux Journal 2.0

We're going all-digital. That's the news. more>>

Linux Journal Enhanced Digital Edition

Experience the New Linux Journal

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