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The Linux Newbie Administrator Guide bills itself as "A complete reference for new Linux users who wish to set up and administer their own Linux home computer, workstation and/or their home or small office network."
cdargs provides command-line browsing and bookmarks for the cd command.
The administration of Bush II now claims they never said that Iraq was an "imminent threat". The administration is lying.
The ancients knew their stuff: See if any of Cicero's Mistakes apply to you.
Mark Pilgrim Shelley Powers reviews some Stepping Stones to a Safer Blog, which can help deal with the recent spate of automated attacks on weblogs.
PC Magazine has published instructions for removing the MyDoom email worm.
The Noemata Random Name Generator will "create unique names for bands, companies, products, internet domains, cyber identites, art projects,
computer games, roleplaying, pets…"