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Under the Brim Archive
- Before Red Hat Magazine there was Under the Brim, Red Hat's monthly email newsletter from 1999 to 2004.
- Called Red Hat Speaks on the website, you can find those archives here.
Red Hat Magazine Archive
Issue #2, December 2004: More better living through RPM :: Bob Young muses on what's in a name :: Rejoice in Choice :: Revel in the best of the Big Easy :: Making software usable :: GCC, 'nuff said :: Find out what geeks want for Christmas :: Plus sage advice from Shadowman, more tips and tricks and yet more nudity!
Issue #1, November 2004: Meet Fedora Core 3 :: The Open Source Triple Play :: Rocking in the Free World :: What is Security-Enhanced Linux? :: The Red Hat Patent Promise: Encouraging Innovation :: Better Living Through RPM, Part 1 :: Maximizing Productivity with Evolution :: Understanding Virtual Memory :: Plus pithy patter from Shadowman, some tips, some tricks, some nudity.