is a very nice online journal to "Make Linux a little bit more
fun". Attention: The site moved from www.linuxgazette.com
to www.linuxgazette.net. This became necessary as the
original host, SSC, decided to change the site from the edited
monthly periodical to a more or less unedited webzine with an
automatised article submission. The people from the original
linuxgazette wanted to maintain the edited periodical style
for linuxgazette and had to move the whole site elsewhere.
I occasionally jump in to answer the questions for the answer
most of the ongoing open source projects, so if you are
looking for a specific application and wan't to know if you
can have it for Linux look there.
More on Linux kernels
then you ever wanted to know -- but you always can grab the
latest kernel sources there.
I'm registered at the Linux Counter Project where
144548 people registered 149914 computers running Linux at the
time of writing. There are some guesses as to the true total
number of Linux boxes worldwide.
Ever wondered what RTFM, ROTFL, IIRC and other crazy
acronyms mean? go
have a look. The page has also a wide range of Computer
related technical Acronyms, not just usenet lingo. There is
also a great and recently updated
Jargon file by Eric S. Raymond.