Linux Journal runs shutdown -h now for a second time: Mag editor fires parting shot at proprietary software (The Register)

The Register: Linux Journal runs shutdown -h now for a second time: Mag editor fires parting shot at proprietary software. “First published in March 1994, Linux Journal was founded by Phil Hughes and Bob Young, the latter being the co-founder of Red Hat. The first issue, which you can read online, includes an article by Linus Torvalds where he talks about the imminent release of Linux 1.0, remarking that ‘1.0 has little “real meaning”, as far as development goes, but should be taken as an indication that it can be used for real work’.”