Ross Larson

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Ross Larson

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Ross Larson is a Linux geek, President of NEWLUG (NorthEast Wisconsin Linux Users Group), and occasional contributor to the Linux Journal website.

He does volunteer Sysadmin and IT Consulting for two Wisconsin-based non-profits: Crossways Camps and Fox Valley Lutheran Homes.

When Ross has free time, he is a big fan of multi-platform games, such as Puzzle Pirates and The Battle for Wesnoth.

Individual associate member of the Linux Foundation.

He is eagerly awaiting the arrival of his Pandora handheld console!

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