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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine January 2010 Issue

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the January 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the January 2010 issue:

2009: A Look Back
Game Zone: Modern Warfare 2
Behind The Scenes: A Chat With Hootiegibbon
Sproggy's Glass Panel Tutorial
Command Line Interface Intro: Part 4
Double Take & Mark's Quick Gimp Tip
Forum Foibles
Ms_meme's nook
Book Worms Unite: An E-Book Explosion
Archiving Movies With dvd::rip - An Update
Computer Languages A to Z: Guile
Gadgets & Gear: Official PCLinuxOS Store Opens
Screenshot Showcase
and much, much more!

This month's cover features snowy winter pictures captured by magazine staff member ms_meme.

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