Between 2012 and 2017, I wrote articles for Network World on Linux, security, alternative Operating System, and related topics.

I have collected all of those articles – completely un-modified – into one book. A snapshot of what those particular 5 years looked like in the Linux world. 570 pages of Linux-y history and shenanigans. All in a nice eBook.

Linux and alternative OS reviews, guides on securing and de-Googling your life, predictions, hardware reviews, breaking news, interviews… if something worth talking about happened in the Linux world, between 2012 and 2017, this book covers it.

Linux-y Shenanigans

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