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In this issue of Free Software Magazine David Jacovkis reports from Colombia and explains why free software is an ethical choice. Colin McGregor interviews several key people in the GNU/Linux world as well as explaining how to get KDE looking fantastic. Then we have Terry Hancock covering the Open Hardware project and making a comprehensive list of Linux-friendly hardware. Steven Goodwin shares how much he saved by using free software for his great beer podcast, and Alan Berg entertains us with free software easter eggs, while Andrew Min will explain the basics of HTML... Monty Python style. Gary Richmond enlights us about touchpads and Google Firefox extensions you don't want to miss. For ultimate hackers, Gianluca Pignalberi manages to do sound filtering by using... the Gimp (!) while Yousef Ourabi reviews FreeBSD 7 and its graphical installer. Talking about server-side topics, Ryan Cartwright covers the installation of Exim and Spamassassi, David A. Harding explains how to create a mailing list from home, and Ken Leyba makes sure you know how to protect your server with Deny Hosts. Finally, Andrew Krause tells you all you need to know about C in order to create GTK applications. Enjoy!

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