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Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards 2013 Nomination

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We are pleased to accept nominations for this year's Readers' Choice Awards! Please peruse the following list of categories and write in your favorites to nominate them. We will accept nominations until August 18, 2013. Voting will begin on August 26, 2013, so please check back at that time to cast your vote.

You are not required to make a nomination for each category. Please simply skip over a question if you wish to abstain.

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