Linux Journal alum launches “Happy, Nerdy” publication

Anytown, USA, Nov. 16, 2020 — Today, Bryan Lunduke, past Deputy Editor of the famous ‘Linux Journal’ magazine and long-time writer for Network World, has launched a new digital publication focused on “Happy, Nerdy Things.”

The eponymously named, ‘The Lunduke Journal’, includes articles on such nerdy topics as Linux, Retro-Computing and Gaming, Alternative Operating Systems, and Technology News.

“Don’t forget the crafts,” exclaimed publisher, Bryan Lunduke, from somewhere off-screen,

Each issue of ‘The Lunduke Journal’ includes fun, family friendly — but incredibly nerdy — craft projects. Paper Doll versions of Tux the Penguin allow people to dress up the Linux Mascot. Plus Nerdy Cross Stitch patterns, and Color-by-Number classic video game hardware. Happy, nerdy, fun projects for all ages.

“We could all use a little extra happy nerdiness in our lives right now,” continued Lunduke, as he casually strolled in from the other room. “No politics. No yelling. No sadness. The Lunduke Journal celebrates the funnest parts of being a computer nerd. Always safe for work, and always family friendly.”

The first issue can be downloaded (cost-free and DRM-free) right here:


Issues of ‘The Lunduke Journal’ are published every two weeks and made available, completely ad-free, to subscribers. Subscriptions can be made via either Patreon or Locals using the links below.

https://Lunduke.Locals.com or https://Patreon.com/BryanLunduke

Contact info:
Bryan Lunduke – [email protected]