[aklug] Linux Journal folds

Tim Johnson tim at akwebsoft.com
Fri Dec 1 13:12:19 AKST 2017

 End of an era!
 ... and the archive download link is timing out ...

* STEVE JOHNSON <steve.johnson at gci.net> [171201 10:43]:
> According to an e-mail from the publisher, dated 1 December,  and an
> announcement at LinuxJournal.com, the November issue of  Linux
> Journal is the last issue of the magazine, issued in electronic form
> only since September 2011. In lieu of refunds, the publisher offers
> subscribers a free download of the complete archive of  Linux
> Journal. Also, through the end of December, the publishers of Linux
> Pro will offer six free issues to LInux Journal subscribers.
>  In the late nineties, reading Linux Journal was as important to me
> as was reading Byte was in the early eighties. That has not been the
> case for some years.  However, I will hold onto my copy of the first
> issue of Linux Journal, dated March 1994, and the last printed issue,
> August 2011, as well as several of the earlier archives issued in
> cdrom format.  And I did download the latest archive this morning. I
> was pleased that this version includes a full text search tool,
> missing from at least one recent compilation.
> Steve JohnsonAnchorage, AK steve.sjohnson at gci.net
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