[vox] Introducing A Book And Podcast For Newcomers To Linux [fwd]
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Wed Jan 31 08:07:48 PST 2007
----- Forwarded message from Marland Dunn <mardunn at verizon.net> -----
Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 21:10:59 -0500
From: Marland Dunn <mardunn at verizon.net>
Subject: Introducing A Book And Podcast For Newcomers To Linux
To: root at lugod.org, sys at lugod.org
I'm Marland Dunn and I love using the Linux graphical desktop and my
mission in life is to bring awareness and help with the adaptation and
acceleration of Linux on desktop computers worldwide. This is why I
started a podcast and wrote a book on using Linux on a desktop computer
for newcomers to Linux.
Linux Desktop For Beginners is an introduction to Linux and Open Source
Software written to give a quick, but thorough overview and
understanding of the Linux desktop in the easiest possible fashion.”
Linux on the Desktop (Linux Desktop For Beginners) Podcast is a podcast
for people new to Linux that focuses exclusively on how to use Linux on
a desktop computer. The Linux on the desktop Podcast only talks about
how to use Linux on a desktop computer and not news and events. This is
what makes Linux on the desktop Podcast different.
My goal with Linux Desktop For Beginners and Linux on the Desktop
Podcast is to help people new to Linux become comfortable and confident
using Linux on a desktop computer by supplementing and complimenting
Linux Desktop For Beginners is available at www.lulu.com/content/504889
Go to the Linux on the desktop Podcast web site at
www.linuxonthedesktop.org to download the podcast episodes, read the
show notes, join the Linux on the desktop Community Frappr Map and learn
“Linux and Open Source bring the world closer by using software with
Freedom and Choice.”
mardunn at verizon.net
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