Local Points of Interest:
- Rick Moen's page (sysadmin, and all-around evil guy).
- The Linuxmafia Knowledgebase is at http://linuxmafia.com/kb/.
- Bay Area Skeptics isn't here any more.
- The BALE: Bay Area Linux Events. All upcoming events concerning the world's most popular open-source computer operating system. Calendar and list of resources.
- Linux technical presentations.
- The shadowy CABAL (Consortium of All Bay Area Linux).
- The Wheel of Time FAQ, and also
- "The Waygate": The Wheel of Time Archives; everything you want to know about Robert Jordan's epic fantasy series.
- Bill Garrett's Robert Jordan Fandom pages, including his Wheel of Time Art Gallery and Darkfriend Social reports.
- Local help for Debian, the premier Linux distribution.
- Our "ftp" files collection via HTTP.
- Local mailing lists (and their Web archives).
- All about Windows Refund Day, Monday, Feb. 15, 1999.
- The SVLUG Rally, aka "The Great Linux Revolt of '98" at Fry's and CompUSA: Pictures and description.
- SVLUG's Launch Win98 (on a rocket) publicity stunt. Pix!
- Mirror of the vanished Web site for the late, great CoffeeNet Internet cafe, circa 1997.
What's all this about Hugin?
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