Here is a round-up of many of the Linux- and Open-Source-related topics in the 10 Things blog from 2009. It includes tools and applications for a number of tasks.
In case you missed some of the Linux and Open Source content in the 10 Things blog in 2009, I thought I would do a round-up of some of the best posts that appeared, many authored by our own Jack Wallen. If you're new to Linux yourself (or want to introduce others to the world of open source), these concise lists provide a good jumping-off point on a number of topics.
Here, I've provided the PDF-format download links, but each one gives you the option of going to the original blog post before downloading, if you'd rather just read it online.
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