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An excellent source of information on Linux:
The Linux Gazette

Many links to Linux info on these sites:
Topology .org      Cyberknights

This is a very nice electronics / logic / schematic drawing program

An interesting javascript program that solves quadratic equations

A text reading javascript program that displays the day of the week and random quotes
javascript random quotes

Configure an HP JetDirect printer
JetDirect config

A link to Amateur Radio resources on the net. Amateur radio was created to promote experimentation by anyone who has the knowledge to work with electronics , radio, and communication. When you get right down to it Amateur Radio operators were the first "nerds". Cell phones , and most developments in radio communications actually came from amateur radio experimenters who were and are anything but "amateur". Amateur radio is non-profit and encourages access to technology by all persons. There is no age limit for Amateur radio operators. HamRad - Amateur Radio Resource

Lynx:  A text browser (multi-platform)

Firefox:   Mozilla's Firefox browser (multi-platform)

Konqueror:  Browser for The KDE desktop

Galeon:  Galeon browser used on the Gnome desktop

Opera:  Opera home page (multi-platform)

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