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Hello everybody, I'd be starting a new column at LQ.org and I've worked out some of the details of this idea with Jeremy and we thought that the articles section would probably be best suited for such an idea. I'll mostly be writing about Linux advocacy and non-technical issues, but you'll also find some articles devoted to useful and interesting Linux applications which you might not have heard of before. So hopefully this column can get underway with some of my thoughts. Over a period of time, it would be interesting to see how this idea evolves. Watch this space! :)
right now for me would be, best place to get info list, current apps and how they compare to old. popular distro reccomendations. maybe useful tools and utilities. tricks and tips. etc....also, how about a kudos for the best advice/help given at this forum. hope that helps you.
good article on FOSS. not sure how many people really think what the developers/programmers do to give us these wonderful apps and os's we love so much. i have a friend who does mixes (unfortunately on windows though) who could benefit from hydrogen. now if i can only convert him would be great. i like your writing style and i've noticed that all people in linux talk to you like you are you and not a scientist as they do in windows. and also i love the way linuxers don't make you feel stupid when you ask a question that is an obvious answer to an experienced user. guess that goes with really good patience and been there done that attitude that i've noticed is common with most linuxers out there.