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Social Networking

Social networking -- the good, the bad and the ugly. Here we discuss how Linux users use social networks, which ones they use or don't use and why. more>>

Username Change?

Is it possible to change my username in the forums? (or for the site overall?).

While "Toril" worked well for my name on BBS's a good 10-15 years ago, lately I've been trying to consolidate my online monikers into one. "FredR" is just as good, as it outlines my real name. more>>

Traffic Monitoring

I think the traffic coming into LinuxJournal.com should be more closely monitored. I'm offering my services for free.

Attention Visitors: Please send me $1 in the mail if you visit this site. I'll tally the dollars, and report back the statistics.

NOTE: Please don't send me more than a dollar. I don't want the results skewed.

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