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LJ Interviews Larry Gritz

Amy Wood Issue #31, November 1996 A Techmical Director of Toy Story gives us the scoop from Pixar Studios. Amy Wood, the graphics/layout artist for Linux Journal interviewed Larry Gritz of Pixar Animation Studios on August 16. AmyI understand that you were a Technical Director for the latest great animation feature film, Toy Story. Can you tell us what you ...

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Open Systems World/FedUNIX ’95

Kevin Pierce Issue #22, February 1996 The show included the second annual Linux Conference, sponsored by Linux Journal, which featured a day of informative sessions and tutorials and a one-day class for novices and intermediate Linux users. Open Systems World/FedUNIX ’95 was held the week of November 13 at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC. The show included the second ...

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Reader Survey Results

LJ Staff Issue #17, September 1995 Responses showed that the first priority for Linux users is the porting of a WYSIWYG word processor. Last March we asked readers for feedback about what they wanted to see happen with Linux. We got responses from all over the world—Israel, Italy, Belgium, UK, Netherlands, Japan, Thailand, Austria, Germany, and the US. Although our ...

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The Trade Shows

Randolph Bentson Arnold Robbins Issue #16, August 1995 While Linux Journal went to DECUS in Washington DC, Randy Bentson attended the Internet World Show and Arnold Robbins took in the sights of the East Coast Comdex. Comdex and Internet World While Linux Journal went to DECUS in Washington, DC, Randy Bentson attended the Internet World Show and Arnold Robbins took ...

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Linux at COMDEX/Fall

Mark Bolzern Issue #14, June 1995 Linux International, Linux Journal, and WorkGroup Solutions have arranged for Linux to have a major presence there. But, there is a problem. We need help. This show is bigger than any of us. COMDEX/Fall is America’s largest computer trade show. It usually has 200,000 attendees, and worldwide is second in size only to CeBit ...

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Linux at the UW Computer Fair

LJ Staff Issue #14, June 1995 This year, our booth was one of the most popular booths. On March 15 and 16, 1995, the University of Washington had its twenty-first annual Computer Fair in Seattle. In 1973 it was called the Terminal Fair because, after all, people couldn’t afford computers back then. Now this has grown to an event with ...

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Linux Journal Demographics

Laurie Tucker Issue #6, October 1994 We know that at least a few of you are curious about those other folks. Do you ever wonder who else reads Linux Journal? “No” you say? All your best friends and buddies already have their two-year subscriptions? All those friends live not necessarily in your neighborhood, but all over out there in Internet-land? ...

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UniForum 1994

Phil Hughes Issue #3, June-July 1994 The week of March 21-25 I attended the UniForum show in San Francisco. At that show I played the multiple roles of press person, Linux Journal booth staffer, Linux evangelist and general-purpose nerd. It was an exciting show for me and for Linux. For those unfamiliar with UniForum, it is an annual Unix extravaganza ...

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