Free Software Magazine has released Issue 13. Here is an interesting editorial from Tony Mobily-
"...I donâ€™t like writing controversial editorials. Controversy is an effective means to get a lot of accesses: most people seem to enjoy reading controversial articles, maybe because they like torturing themselves. (And yes, I used to read a lot of Maureen Oâ€™Garaâ€™s articles myself!). Besides, controversy is a double edged sword: thereâ€™s very little chance that I would ever go back to those sites!..."
Read more at freesoftwaremagazine.com
Also don't forget to download Issue 13 of Free Software Magazine (PDF Download) - "We have Richard Fennimore showing us how to spruce up Ubuntu, Robin Monks plays with a few of the best Tetris clones and John Goerzen tells you who to call for your free software phone needs. Plus, Robert Pogson teaches us how to set up class using Edubuntu, LTS and thin clients and much more"