Linux Journal

Will Anything Make Linux Obsolete?

Remember blogging? Hell, remember magazine publishing? Shouldn't be hard. You're reading some now. Both are still around, but they're obsolete—at least relatively. Two cases in point: my blog and Linux Journal.

Linux Journal May 2017

Doing Big Things I bought a book a few years back titled, Installing Linux on a Dead Badger by Lucy Snyder. When I see that book on my bookshelf, it still makes me chuckle.

Linux Journal April 2017

If There Was a Problem? Yo, I'll Solve It... I'm not sure what problem Vanilla Ice solved with his DJ's sick hook, but thankfully in the Linux world, we solve problems all the time.

Linux Journal March 2017

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Nope, It's My Server! Like most fancy tech terms, "Cloud Computing" has lost its newness, and it's now just a commodity we purchase.

Linux Journal February 2017

Everything Is Data, Data Is Everything It doesn't take more than a glance at the current headlines to see data security is a vital part of almost everything we do.

Linux Journal January 2017

Insecure about Being Unsecure There have been epic battles over whether "insecure" or "unsecure" should be used when referring to computer security.

Linux Journal December 2016

My Sysadmin Is a FOR/NEXT Loop Technology always has promised to save us time by doing the things we can do more accurately and with greater efficiency.

Linux Journal October 2016

Out with the New, and in with the Newer! There was a show a few years back called, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition". The premise of the show was to find families who needed their house

June 2016 Issue of Linux Journal

Things to Do in the Shade It's summer time here in the northern hemisphere (although it did snow at my house on May 15, 2016—hopefully Mother Nature is done with that nonsense).