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The July 1999 issue of Linux Journal (#63) will be mailed from the
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            Table of Contents -- Linux Journal #63 -- July 1999
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     * Archaeology and GIS--The Linux Way by R. Joe Brandon, Trevor Kludt
       and Markus Neteler
       Using GRASS and Linux to analyze archeological data.
     * SCEPTRE: Simulation of Nonlinear Electric Circuits by Wolf-Rainer
       An automatic circuit analysis program for engineers.
     * Stuttgart Neural Network Simulator by Ed Petron
       Exploring connectionism and machine learning with SNNS.
     * Real-Time Geophysics Using Linux by Laura Connor and Charles B.
       Magnetometer data processing using Linux.
     * CORBA Program Development, Part 3 by J. Mark Shacklette and Jeff
     * Dev Mazumdar and Hannu Savolainen Interview by David Phillips
     * MP3 Linux Players by Craig Knudsen
     * Linux on IBM Thinkpad 750Cs by Daniel Graves
     * Building a Linux Certification Program by Dan York
     * A Geek in Paradise by Jon "maddog" Hall
     * Product Reviews
          + VMware Virtual Platform by Brian Walters
     * Book Reviews
          + Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution by Doc
          + The Complete Idiot's Guide to Linux by Marjorie Richardson
     * Linux Means Business: Linux and E-Commerce by Yermo Lamers
     * At the Forge: Personalizing "New" Labels by Reuven M. Lerner
     * Focus on Software: by David A. Bandel
     * Letters to the Editor
     * Focus: Science and Engineering by Marjorie L. Richardson
     * Penguin's Progress: The Linux Position by Doc Searls
     * Stop the Presses: Report from the Trade Show Floor by Matthew
     * Guest Editorial: The Point Really is Free Beer by Eric Hughes
     * Best of Technical Support: Best of Technical Support
     * New Products
          + LML33, Linux Media Labs LLC
          + Aestiva HTML/OS, Aestiva LLC
          + I-Gear 3.0, Unified Research Laboratories, Inc.
          + Leeloo v1.4, JET Software
          + 8000 8-way SMP Server for Linux, Penguin Computing
          + Proven CHOICE, Proven Software, Inc.
          + PostShop, ScanShop, OCR Shop, FaxShop version 4.0, Vividata,
          + WipeOut 1.5, SMB
          + ODBC SDK for Linux, Dharma Systems, Inc.
          + IPSec VPN, Paktronix Systems, LLC
     * Advertisers Index
     * Linux Consultants HOWTO
    Strictly On-line
     * Parallel Algorithms for Calculating Underground Water Qualit by
       Tran Van Lang
       Using parallel processing to determine the amount ofpollution in
       our water.
     * MuPad by Alasdair McAndrew
     * Introduction to Sybase, Part 2 by Jay Sissom
     * Precision Farming and Linux: An Expose by Gordon Haverland
       Linux, GPS, GIS and remote sensing aid the farmer.
     * UNIX awk & sed Programmer's Interactive Workbook by Paul Dunne
     * The UNIX CD Bookshelf by Derek Vadala
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