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About Linux Tips

Linux Tips provides helpful tips about installing and using Linux software.

Linux Tips is written by Jim Lynch.

Jim has written for many leading industry publications and sites over the years including PC Magazine, ExtremeTech, Computer Gaming World, Windows Sources, Salon, MSNBC, Forbes and many others.

Jim also has extensive background in online community management. He’s served as community manager for ZiffNet, ZDNet, PCMag, ExtremeTech, The FamilyEducation Network, and MSN Games.

Jim has also produces the daily open source news roundup, as well as tips and he’s also an answers expert for ITworld.

He also writes Technology and Other Musings, Technology Tips and TweaksEye On Linux, and Desktop Linux Reviews.

Jim is always available for freelance writing assignments, community management consulting, and miscellaneous web editorial work. To hire him please send him an email with information about your assignment.

You can visit Jim’s Google+ page.

Thanks for dropping by, hope you enjoy Linux Tips.

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One Response to About Linux Tips

  1. Brian Masinick on January 17, 2014 at 3:48 pm

    Nice job with the sites; I quickly visited each of them; they look pretty consistent now, though you may want to move the tips and links to the bottom and just have the black navigation banner at the top; the sites are looking and running well; good job!

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