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On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 17:31:03 +0000 William Fidell wrote:
Hi, What I am after are some good Linux and related web pages to read. The sort of things that I like to read are thought provoking and that give me more ideas about things to do with Linux etc. What I find is so many Linux sites have virtually the same content. Some sites that I do read are (in no order of preference):- http://freshmeat.net - some times there is a project that sparks an idea or answers a problem http://www.linux.com - occasionally idea pieces and software reviews. http://www.onlamp.com - a whole load of sites on php, perl, mysql etc etc that sometimes give me new ideas. But this really isn't enough. So any ideas? Before anyone says it I have read the resources section. regards Wills
I often glance through the offerings at www.osnews.com. There's a whole lot of rubbish on there, but sometimes a gem appears. I wouldn't advocate reading the messages that are posted for most articles - same old people, same old things "Linux is rubbish"..."Linux is good"..."You zealot"..."You're the zealot"... that sort of thing. I like it because it has articles on the OSs in general, not just Linux stuff. Grant. -- Artificial intelligence is no match for nuratal stidutipy. -- The Mailing List for the Devon & Cornwall LUG Mail majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with "unsubscribe list" in the message body to unsubscribe.