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Want a Free Linux Journal Subscription?

Filed under: The Linux Blog News — TheLinuxBlog.com at 2:26 pm on Monday, March 9, 2009

Psst. Want a Free Linux Magazine Subscription? Not just any magazine, the original Linux magazine The Linux Journal. If you missed out on the fifteen issues for $15 then this may be a better deal for you. This is not one of those scams where you get a free magazine in exchange for a limb at the end of the year. Basically each day there is going to be a Sesame Street “Today’s episode brought to you by the letter…”. At the end of the week, you have to unscramble the letters and submit your answer. Every correct answer submitted *cue count voice* “One HA HA HA HA” second before Sat 14th March gets a free digital subscription to The Linux Journal! It couldn’t be easier. Although, I still think you missed out on the $15 for fifteen print issues. Oh well, follow me on twitter @LinuxBlog and next time you’ll know.

Free Linux & Tech Related Books.

Filed under: The Linux Blog News — TheLinuxBlog.com at 3:34 am on Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Share photos on twitter with Twitpic Hey there, this is Owen from TheLinuxBlog.com
Was just wondering, if any of you guys would be interested in some free books. I’ve got a ton of Linux and tech related books, I’m not ready to give them all up but here are two books I just got given. I want to read the VI/EX one and may keep it around. But I have another copy of the Perl one that’s in a little better shape, so the Perl one is definitely going. Leave a comment here or on twitter if your interested. You’ll have to pay shipping but it shouldn’t be expensive with media mail.

I’ve got a bunch of other books that I’d like to trade, sell or give away, but haven’t found a good “books” module for WordPress yet. Does any one else have books they no longer want or need? Would you guys be interested in trading or getting free books if you pay shipping? If there is interest, I’ll start a forum. I have access to a ton of non tech related books, but I’d rather keep it to a topic that I know. I’ll be posting more free books in the future so follow me on twitter and sign up for the RSS feed.