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Eight Crazy Nights of Hanukkah and Linux

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Trying to find something for your gelibte this year? Look no further, my Linux Geek's Guide to Hanukkah will help you make the right decisions.

1. Linux Journal - A subscription to the world's first Linux magazine is the gift that gives you Linux every month for a year. Only $29.50. Such a deal!

2. A Stuffed Tux - The world's Linux ambassador in the shape of a penguin. A great addition to help dress up that drab gray cubicle. 2 sizes: 6 inch for $6.99USD and a 9 inch for $9.99USD.

3. Neuros OSD Linux Media Recorder - A non-subscription, free TV viewer that you can hook up to your TV and watch YouTube videos. Uses a wide range of audio and video formats. A true open source media appliance powered by Linux. Perfect for your multi-media maven. Buy it from ThinkGeek.com for 25% discount: $179.

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