|FROM ||Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Introducing you to a new Linux Journal sister publication
I wanted to take just a quick moment to introduce you to a new print
magazine from the publishers of Linux Journal. Please join me in
welcoming TUX: The First And Only Magazine For The New Linux User.
TUX will hit newsstands worldwide February 2005. Should you like
more information about the magazine, please feel free to contact me
directly, carlie-at-ssc.com or simply reply to this email. I've
attached a PDF of our media kit for your review.
TUX is a consumer magazine and will address the needs of the vast
numbers of people who use Linux as the operating system of choice on
their PC desktops. Although Linux's fame stems primarily from its
success as a rock-solid, corporate server platform, millions of
people worldwide have quietly decided en masse that Linux is the
desktop OS that meets their home and office needs most effectively.
In fact, market analysts have been reporting for years that Linux is
the world's fastest-growing operating system, and they peg its
market share above that of MacOS from Apple Computer, Inc.
"These many millions of people who wisely run desktop Linux on their
home and office PCs will finally have a comprehensive resource that
speaks to them directly," commented Marcel Gagne, editor in chief of
TUX. "They've switched or are looking to switch to Linux because
they're fed up the annoyances they find in other operating systems,
such as viruses, spyware, frequent crashes, crippling security
breaches and 'one-size-fits-all' solutions. Linux is their ticket to
vastly improved security, increased flexibility and better value --
and TUX is the guide to maximizing these advantages," added Gagne.
The format of TUX will include easy-to-understand tutorials,
insightful hardware and software reviews, useful tips and tricks,
enlightened opinion, and in-depth exploration of the tools Linux
users use day. In addition, TUX will present this information in a
style that is practical, hands-on, user-friendly and jargon-free so
that everybody will be able to explore the world of Linux.
Thank you for your time. Please note you were sent this email
because you've worked with Linux Journal. We do not sell names or
would prefer to not receive email regarding Linux Journal or it's
sister properties in the future, please let me know and I'll quickly
remove your address. Thanks so much!
Linux Journal (www.linuxjournal.com)
TUX magazine (www.tuxmagazine.com)
Linux Gazette (www.linuxgazette.com)
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