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February 2016 Issue of Linux Journal

For the Love of Linux

I love my job. I teach Linux by day and write about Linux at night. It's easy to fall in love with your work when the things you do align with your passions. more>>

January 2016 Issue of Linux Journal

2016: a Long Year

I know you're expecting a sarcastic comment about an election year in the US making it seem longer than normal, but no, 2016 is literally a longer year than most. more>>

22 Years of Linux Journal in One Searchable Archive -- Now Available

22 Years of Linux Journal in One Searchable Archive -- Now Available

New archive now available! 22 years of Linux Journal on one searchable archive. Normally $35.00, order yours today for just $27.50 (a $7.50 savings). No coupon code necessary. Savings offer is valid through December 11, 2015. more>>

October 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Raspberry Pi

A Tasty Slice of Awesome

I love the flavor of raspberries, but quite honestly, the seeds gross me out. more>>

September 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: HOW-TOs

How to Do That Thing You Do

I love to learn. I've always been a learner, so grade school and college were both extremely enjoyable for me. more>>

Calling All Linux Nerds!

The editorial staff here at Linux Journal wants to see your skills! Almost every time I'm in the #linuxjournal IRC channel, chit chatting on Google+, or tweeting back and forth on Twitter, I hear about really exciting projects our readers are involved with. more>>

Three More Lessons

[In June 2015, I gave a commencement address to the graduating class of High Mowing School in New Hampshire. I wrote many drafts for the talk, all toward extemporizing the final thing. My experience with Linux and open-source hackers had an influence on it and gets credit as well. That's why I'm sharing it here.—Doc] more>>

August 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Programming

Welcome to Issue 10000000!

Binary jokes are always fun, and although technically I could say "welcome to issue <BINARY_NUMBER>" every month, it's more fun with nice round numbers li more>>

July 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Mobile

Infinite Portal to the Universe, 12-Hour Battery Life

A few months back, I accidentally left my phone on the nightstand, and spent an entire day without my cell phone. more>>

June 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Networking

Two Cups, One String

Whenever I watch episodes of Battlestar Galactica, it breaks my heart when they avoid Cylon hacking by disconnecting all networks. more>>

You're the Boss with UBOS

UBOS is a new Linux distro that I like for two reasons. One is that it works toward making it easy for muggles to set up their own fully independent personal home servers with little or no help from wizards. The other is that it comes from my friend Johannes Ernst. more>>

February 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Web Development

Under Construction

I think it was in the late 1990s, possibly into the 2000s, when it was common to put a cutesy graphic on the bottom of your Web page letting everyone know your site more>>

January 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Security

Security: a Method, Not a Goal

The Security issue of Linux Journal always makes me feel a little guilty. It turns out that although I have a fairly wide set of technology skills, I'm not the person you want in charge of securing your network or your systems. By default, Linux is designed with a moderate amount of security in mind. For that, I am incredibly grateful. more>>

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