Table of Contents for Linux Journal #16 (August)

Table of Contents for Linux Journal #16 (August)

Post by Melinda McBrid » Thu, 22 Jun 1995 04:00:00



The August issue of Linux Journal (#16) will be printed soon and we
will be mailing them a few weeks from now.  Subscription orders
received by 3:00 pm PDT Friday, June 30 will start with issue #16.
Call during normal west coast business hours at 206-782-7733.

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                           LINUX JOURNAL
                     Issue #16 -- August 1995

                         Table of Contents

Features

                Interview
        Linux Goes to Sea                               --by Randolph Bentson
                Stephen Harris tells how he uses Linux for ship-to
                shore communication.

                Linux in the Real World
        Efficient, User-Friendly Seismology             --by Sid Hellman
                Seismologists use Linux on field workstations.

        HTML Forms: Interacting with the Net            --by Eric Kasten
                How to create interactive HTML forms.

News and Articles

        The Trade Shows: Comdex Spring and Internet World
                by Randolph Bentson and Arnold Robbins
        PracTcl Programming Tips: Putting Widgets in Their Place
                by Stephen Uhler
        Prototyping Algorithms in Perl
                by Jim Shapiro

Regular Features

        Novice to Novice: Interlude & Explorations: Spreadsheets &
                Text Editors
        Letters to the Editor
        Book Review: Sendmail
        Kernel Korner: Memory Allocation
        Stop the Presses
        New Products

Directories & Reference

        Corrections
        Upcoming Events
        Advertisers Index
        Consultants Directory -- Consultants who work with Linux

Upcoming

        Update on Linux Ports
        Tools for Linux Developers
        Porting DOS Applications to Linux

Linux Journal is carried by some newsstands (including all Computer
Literacy stores in Silicon Valley) and is delivered to newsstands
by a newsstand distributor.  If you know a place that sells magazines

call SSC at 206-782-7733.  Getting LJ on newsstands is one of the best
ways we can show the non-Internet crowd that Linux is for real.

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Subscriptions begin with the *current* issue.  Back issues
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