"I've been working on a Linux Tips column for an upcoming issue
of PC World--a much tougher assignment than my monthly Free Agent
ramble, for two reasons: First, I've got only one magazine page to
work with, so I'm a bit restricted in what I can tackle. Second,
the reality is that the overwhelming majority of our magazine's
readers run Windows, not Linux. Since we do our darnedest to make
every page of PC World engaging to our readers, I'm out to craft a
Linux column that might prove relevant to those who are still
computing Bill Gates-style.
"So the idea is to cook up some tips for kicking Linux's tires.
Like I said, I don't have much space in the magazine, so I'm using
this month's Free Agent to post some more complete thoughts on the
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