> User and Developer is aimed at IT professionals rather than Linux users
> in general
Maybe, but AFAIAC it had something inside it to suit me for a change;
remember I am NOT an IT professional but an engineer.
What is more it is 5.99 UKP with a DVD! Around 8% cheaper off of the
> Not necessarily Linux related, but I also try to get the Dutch
> Hardware.info magazine. As the name implies, it's primarily aimed
> at PC hardware and in particular overclocking/casemodding, etc,
> less so on the hardcore stuff that Bazza enjoys.
I'm just as interested, and, Mike is doing a good basic series ATM
"School Of Linux", ("Your Country Needs You" photo eh Mike? ;o)...
> The one computer mag I ditched some time ago, was the Dutch
> "Computer Totaal!", as it focussed more and more on Win-OS while
> increasingly neglecting other OS's...
Now that doesn't bother me particularly.
I'm just as happy with MikeOS as I am with Windows XP/Vista, Debian,
AMIGA OS etc...
I will be stuffed a bit though when UEFI and 64 bit arrives permanently.
Not the coding side, but the metal banging side. I have a sneaking
feeling this will come to a grinding halt. :o(
I will have to rely on Development Boards and Kits; not really my style.
I already have had for years the Velleman K8055 USB I/O board:-
http://www.velleman.eu/distributor/prod ... &id=351346
also Arduino USB, but these are becoming obsolete, plus, serious
dev boards cost equally serious money.
The age of the metal banging is nearly over. :o(
I am slowly morphing into a "Silver Surfer"... ;o)
The less that I speak, the smarter I sound.