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By Jim Dennis, Ben Okopnik, Dan Wilder, Breen, Chris, and... (meet the Gang) ... the Editors of Linux Gazette... and You!

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¶: Greetings From Heather Stern
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(¶) Greetings from Heather Stern

Greetings, gentle readers, and welcome once more to the world of the Answer Gang. TAG, we're it :D

I have to confess that I wondered to myself, what should I babble about this time? As I look at the back issues, I notice some interesting statistics... apparently, I shouldn't feel surprised that things here at Linux Gazette are a bit hectic. That's consistent with all our past Februaries. Ain't tradition grand?

February here where I sit, is often considered the month of romance. I have to admit... I (heart) Linux Gazette.

I mean, it's not like I will be buying it chocolates or wondering what its favorite cologne is. But I put a bunch of work in every month - I really like knowing you people out there are reading (hint, hint; tell us what you like in this stuff)! I love seeing what sort of curious troubles are out there to solve - the most curious, the kinds of things whose answers change over time. And it's always worth seeing what cool answers are out there.

You don't have to actually be a member of the Answer Gang to send us juicy answers, either. An honorary Answerbubble to folks who send us their good stuff - or cc us on the the juicy tip they are sending to someone anyway. When we got the Gang together, the heading mentioned a few of the active posters... and you. That hasn't changed. It's teamwork that makes this all happen, and I'm proud to be here. Thomas and I have teamed up to bring you the juiciest threads this month, and I hope they make your time with Linux this month - "just a little more fun!"

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Published in Issue 99 of Linux Gazette, February 2004

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