Issue 3 is out!


Issue 3 is now available in shops in the UK (WHSmith high street stores, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, McColls/Martin’s), and is on its way to newsagents around the world (including Barnes & Noble in the USA).

We take a look at the power of the Linux command line, Alan Turing’s pioneering achievements in the early days of computing, and the good work of the Free Software Foundation Europe. There are tutorials on wearable computing, searching for comets, genetic algorithms and virtual machines. There’s far more than we can mention here – take a look below for a full list of the contents.

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Contents pages (click for PDF)

This is what fills the 114 pages of issue 3

  • News analysis
  • Distrohopper
  • Gaming on Linux
  • Letters
  • LUGs on tour
  • Unleash the hidden power of the command line
  • Buying a Linux computer
  • Free Software Foundation Europe
  • Hack your own free and open source hardware
  • Alan Turing, Colossus and Turing machines
  • Interview: Damian Conway
  • Review: Bitwig Studio 1.0
  • Review: Gnome 3.12
  • Review: Udoo
  • Review: Roundcude 1.0
  • Review: Pibrella
  • Book reviews
  • Group test: Touch desktops
  • Sysadmin
  • Cloudadmin
  • Fosspicks
  • Customise the LXDE desktop
  • Make smart clothes with an Arduino Lilypad
  • Hunt comets with Python and open data
  • Raspberry Pi: Build an emergency beacon
  • Control virtual machines with Python and libvirt
  • Everything is an object in Ruby
  • Genetic Algorithms
  • Google Script your grocery budget
  • Masterclasss: Inkscape
  • Masterclass: Imagemagick
  • /dev/random
  • A quick reference to VIM



    • Mike Saunders
    • Mike Saunders
    • Mike Saunders

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