Out of necessity rather than pure choice I am learning Linux terminal commands– for my own reference as well as potential benefit for others, I have started a new blog page titled Linux Help. I will be adding to this page in the weeks and months to come as I learn more…..
Don’t fret yourself that my blog will become a haven for Linux techno-talk– I assure you it will not. These tools are too powerful to ignore and not learn about, however. My work here is going to be of great benefit to a new article I am working on for School Library Journal, incidently, which is scheduled to come out in their January publication. The topic of my article is “Open Source in Education.”
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