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Don't Forget Feeds

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Even when I'm not able to update the site as much as I would like, please note the feeds Tuxmachines pulls in. In the side columns below the fold are Linux.com, LinuxToday.com, Distrowatch.com, LWN, and Slashdot.

In the main menu at the top of the site and in the Navigation menu there are links to all tuxmachines newsfeeds. There you'll find others like lxer.com, muktware.com, Phoronix, and Linux4UnMe Videos.

If your favorite feed isn't there, drop me a line or comment here and I'll see if I can get it.

Overall, I've been feeling a bit better lately. I hope I'm pulling out it and can get back to some serious work. I sure could use the money! Big Grin

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