Introducing BeOS Journal

Shawn Powers explains our shift in editorial focus.

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Very cool.

DioGen's picture

Now it's actually the time to HaikuJournal all about Haiku, the new and exciting BeOS reincarnation. And Linux looks healthy basterd these days, no question.

:)

:)

vmaatta's picture

Good one..

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” -Arthur C. Clarke-

rotfl

Raptor's picture

ha ha good one

btw where did u get the shirt from? (former BeOS ;-) )

Excellent timing!

Mike Roberts's picture

I'm on my way now to mortgage my house to fund a new venture, the iGottaBeMe PC running BeOS. I think it will compete favorably with all the Apple iStuff and the EEE PC because of the catchy name. Who do I contact at BeOS Journal to buy ad space for for my iGottaBeMe PC? I gotta have full page ads with lots of color and text describing how acronym compliant the iGottaBeMe PC will be.

Who else could you be but iGottaBeMe PC junkies?

Mike Roberts is a bewildered Linux Journal Reader Advisory Panelist.

Oh. man, that's funny!

barryp's picture

"We take the BS outta BeOS" ... I have that on a T-Shirt please!

Paul Barry

To hell with BeOS. I WANT MY

Anonymous's picture

To hell with BeOS. I WANT MY CP/M !!!

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