[Fsf-friends] First and only magazine for the new [GNU]Linux user....

Frederick Noronha (FN) fred@antispam.org
Mon Nov 7 23:05:23 IST 2005

TUX is the "first and only magazine for the new [GNU]Linux user". See
http://www.tuxmagazine.com  Currently issue number 8 (November 2005) is
available on "the stands". What more, it's available for a free

I did download the issue of May 2005. Just as an illustration, here are
some of the easy-to-understand articles it contains:

* Can anyone use [GNU]Linux?

* Viva La [GNU]Linux Desktop Revolucion

* Q&A with Mango Parfait. Mango Parfait introduces herself,
  answers her own questions with astounding facility and
  invites you to ask her your own questions. Don't be shy.
  There are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.

* Home Plate: Movies and More -- Life with Xine

* Suited up: The Cuts and Pastes of OpenOffice.org Productivity

* Tux Explains: Linking Users with Their Data

* Tux Explains: Be the Master of All You Survey: Using Konqueror for 
  File Management and Domination.

* Tux Explains: All about Screensavers, and Why you Want to Run Them

* Tux Explains: Going Guru -- Michael's Top GIMP Tips

* Reviews: Adding PDF Power to OpenOffice.org * Abiword * 
  Gaim * Rhythmbox * Totem Movie Player

* The light and dark side of [GNU]Linux multimedia... Did you know that
  all these films include computer animation rendered using GNU/Linux?
  The movies are: The Incredibles, Shrek, Shrek 2, Lord of the Rings,
  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Titanic, Ice Age, Spawn,
  Spirit, Stallion of the Cimarron, Sphere, Peter Pan, Bunny,
  Barbie of Swan Lake, Joe Fly & Sanchez, Los Gringos and
  The Night of the Headless Horsemen.
Frederick 'FN' Noronha  | http://fn-at-google.notlong.com 
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