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October Issue of PCLinuxOS Magazine in HTML Flavor

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On behalf of the Magazine Project at MyPCLinuxOS.com, I'd like to announce the availability of the October 2006 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine for online browsing in HTML format!

Feedback from the community about issue one in September showed the editors that they needed to provide an easily navigated website that didn't require downloading for those users' with little bandwidth. I'm very happy to share with all of you this fantastic site: http://mag.mypclinuxos.com/html/

As a coordinator for the project, it makes me proud to be a part of a community driven project that actually listens to their community. Please check out the site and let us know what you think!

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