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Re: New Tux Magazine for Linux newbies

On Mon, 2004-11-22 at 21:24, mike808@users.sourceforge.net wrote:
> Looks like a nice hand-it-to-your-cousin magazine to tell them all
> about Linux from a newbie's point of view, since you're too jaded from
> debugging LVM drivers on your SATA RAID array on a 2.7 kernel.
> http://www.tuxmagazine.com/
> More Linux magazines on the store shelves can't be a bad thing, IMHO,
> and especially one that seeks to give warm fuzzies to Linux newbies.

Nope.  I'll definitely pass it around.

BTW, it just goes to show that it doesn't have to say "Linux" to be for
the Linux user/admin.

Which means don't forget about the "best, damn Linux magazine" for gurus
(big grin):  http://www.samag.com  

Bryan J. Smith                                    b.j.smith@ieee.org 
Subtotal Cost of Ownership (SCO) for Windows being less than Linux
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) assumes experts for the former, costly
retraining for the latter, omitted "software assurance" costs in 
compatible desktop OS/apps for the former, no free/legacy reuse for
latter, and no basic security, patch or downtime comparison at all.

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