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December 12, 2006
- How to set up a home DNS server, part II
- The Fedora corner
- Shacking up for a good cause
- Build an open source nut sheller (for peanuts)
- On location at the 2006 Knowledge Symposium
- Be careful who you knit for: Copyright and crafts
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Good writing is appreciated. Good writing fast, is celebrated. Though not a naturally punctual person, Julie Bryce makes things happen, and tries to make them happen on time. When she's not reading Red Hat Magazine, she's likely reading one of her other favorite publications, The Economist or Real Simple.
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Greg DeKoenigsberg once sang for a Smiths cover band--the key word there being "once". His karaoke rendition of "What's New Pussycat" by Tom Jones is widely admired by drunks and randy septuagenarians everywhere.
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Dec 2005 | Creative Commons runs annual fund-raising drive
Dec 2005 | Fedora Ambassadors Program takes flight
May 2005 | After the gold rush: Patents, speculators, and innovators
Jan 2005 | Firefox rising
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Rebecca is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where she studied English and Technical Writing. In past lives, she has worked as a web developer and a technical writer, though freelance feature writing has always been her passion. Rebecca is a long-time collector of Mother Earth News magazine and is fascinated by all things crunchy. When she's not producing podcasts or writing articles for Red Hat Magazine, she can be found way out in the sticks, building a little house in the big woods.
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Dec 2006 | The geek gift guide (and giveaway)
Nov 2006 | xkcd: a comic strip for the computer geek
Jun 2006 | The many meanings of 108
May 2006 | Podcasting in open source
May 2006 | Running Linux on small servers
May 2006 | The Nashville Feed: Sounds of Music City
Apr 2006 | Certified engineer and jazz musician lives to improvise
Mar 2006 | LibriVox gives books a voice in the public domain
Joshua Gajownik makes things of a visual nature. He frequented North Carolina State University for 6 years. Went for the aerospace engineering. Stayed for the graphic design. When not at Red Hat, Gajownik has a second job. His personal portfolio: www.royalremarkabletm.com
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May 2006 | [Graphic] design exposed
Joined the web team at Red Hat in 1999. Cut her teeth at ibiblio.org, the coolest repository of stuff on the web. (She worked there while attending the of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.) Fanatical about cats, Halloween, Disney's Haunted Mansion, and the art of home improvement.
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Oct 2005 | Red Hat Summit 2006: Nashville's not just country
Sep 2005 | Knowing what it means to miss New Orleans
Jun 2005 | See what turns our page
Apr 2005 | An interview with Wil Wheaton
Mar 2005 | Red Hat Summit: Learn, network, experience open source
Kristin Hondros is a digital media producer. She comes to Red Hat after several years in independent film production and the visual arts. Kristin is on the selection committee for the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival held annually in Durham, NC and is also involved with The Peoples Channel, a community access cable station in Chapel Hill, NC. She received her B.A. from Colgate University and her M.F.A. from Califiornia Institute of the Arts.
A graduate from the College of Design at NC State, Tim Kiernan has worked at Red Hat since 2004. He creates many of the videos seen on redhat.com and featured in the magazine. He's involved in all aspects of the video design process, from shooting and editing to writing music. When not making films for Red Hat Kiernan works on his own documentary projects.
More from Jonathan:
Sep 2006 | Music publishers seek to silence guitar tablature sites
Jun 2006 | Making yourself heard in Music City
Feb 2006 | The sound of sharing: Headphone amplifiers built the open source way
Feb 2006 | A photo tour of Nashville
Oct 2005 | Remix culture comes to film at the Internet Archive
Dec 2005 | Music to make code by
Nov 2004 | Rocking in the free world