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One of my stories made LinuxPlanet's Top 10 Linux Planet Stories 2009. Maybe I'll get some more work there this year. Big Grin

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The author says about Susan's review:

This is one of my favorite reviews of the year, because it is well-done and because I like reminders that Linux is much bigger than just Ubuntu.
Susan, will you be giving out autographs?


Good on you. And thanks for maintaining this site for all us Linux news junkies.


It was a good article. Congratulations!


Can I have an autographed picture?


teehee. Thanks everyone.

Yeah, pictures and tshirts will be available in the lobby. Big Grin

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