Tonight Live: Marcel Gagné on The Linux Show
Dec 08, 2004, 01:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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Tonight Live: Marcel Gagné on The Linux Show!! Special
Time 8:30 pm CST Tonight: On The Linux Show!! Tuesday, December
7th, 2004 from Chicago IL Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.
We are BACK and this week; Jeff Gerhardt, Kevin Hill, Arne
Flones, Doc Searls, and Russ Pavlicek are bringing you a great new
show. As our featured guest tonight we have joining us Marcel
Gagné. We also hope that Eric will call in and visit.
We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week including: The end of the
need for being IBM compatible, plus a couple very clueless
pundits... and way more.
We will be talking with Marcel Gagné tonight. Marcel will
be talking about his new book, Moving to the Linux Business Destkop
and his new role at SSC as an editor of their new Linux magazine.
Marcel recently won the Readers' Choice award for favorite column
at Linux Journal and for the fourth year in a row by the way.
Marcel just completed a total of 6 years of writing the LJ column
"Cooking with Linux". Marcel Gagné is probably best known as
the award-winning author of the Linux Journal 'Cooking with Linux
Series', for which he received the Readers' Choice award for
favorite column four years in a row. He is the Editor in Chief of
the new and exciting TUX, The First and Only Magazine for the New
Linux User. His latest book, 'Moving to the Linux Business Desktop"
follows his immensely successful "Moving to Linux: Kiss the Blue
Screen of Death Goodbye!'. One of the best known voices of the
Linux world, he has written numerous articles on Linux and open
source projects for various publications including Linux Journal,
InformIT, Unix Review, SysAdmin magazine, and others. He also
appears regularly as the Linux guy on G4Tech TV's "Call for Help".
A long-time systems and network administrator, Marcel is a
published science fiction author and editor, a pilot, an avid
science and astronomy buff, and a former top 40 disc jockey. He
also folds a mean Origami T-Rex."
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