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Mar
8th

Looking for New Writers and Meet Us at SCaLE 16x

Author: Jill Franklin | Files under syndicated

If you’re interested in writing for us, we want to hear from you—or even better, here’s a chance to meet us in person to discuss the possibilities.
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Mar
6th

Last chance: Subscribe now to get the highly anticipated comeback issue!

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated

Linux Journal‘s special comeback issue features ~180 pages of hard-hitting and in-depth technical articles covering all aspects of the world’s most essential operating system and the emerging technologies adjacent to it. Don’t miss this highly anticipated issue (released next week)! Subscribe today.

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Feb
5th

Write for Linux Journal!

Author: Jill Franklin | Files under syndicated

Participate in the Linux Journal comeback!

We are always looking for new writers from the Linux community. If you’re interested, please send a brief proposal to write@linuxjournal.com.

We’re open to all ideas related to Linux, open source and adjacent technologies, but here are just a few topics to help get you started: more>>


Feb
4th

Worth Saving

Author: Doc Searls | Files under syndicated

Doc outlines his plans for Linux Journal 2.0. more>>


Jan
31st

The Refactor Factor

Author: Kyle Rankin | Files under syndicated
Linux Journal is back. Subscribe today.

Kyle Rankin, Tech Editor, announces our “new” monthly digital publication and
describes how you can help the LJ community.
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Jan
18th

$25k Linux Journalism Fund

Author: Doc Searls | Files under syndicated

Linux Journal‘s new parent, Private Internet Access, has established a $25k fund
to jump-start the next generation of Linux journalism—and to spend it here,
where Linux journalism started in 1994.
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Jan
16th

Linux Journal 2.0 Progress Report

Author: Jill Franklin | Files under syndicated

The latest updates and another request for feedback. more>>


Jan
1st

Happy New Year- Welcome to Linux Journal 2.0!

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated
Linux Journal is back!

Talk about a Happy New Year. The reason: it turns out we’re not dead. In fact, we’re more alive than ever, thanks to a rescue by readers—specifically, by the hackers who run Private Internet Access (PIA) VPN, a London Trust Media company. more>>


Dec
1st

Linux Journal Ceases Publication

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated

EOF

It looks like we’re at the end, folks. If all goes according to a plan we’d rather not have, the November issue of Linux Journal was our last.

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Dec
1st

So Long, and Thanks for All the Bash

Author: Kyle Rankin | Files under syndicated
Kyle Rankin

It was the summer of 2007 and I was at Linux World Expo in San Francisco. I had just finished updating the second edition of Knoppix Hacks and in addition to attending the conference I was there to promote it and my other books at the O’Reilly booth. Somehow I got word that Linux Journal was looking for new authors and was holding an event at a nearby bar later that day. more>>