New Linux Journal Subscription Benefit!

Benefits of a Linux Journal subscription you already know:

  1. Linux Journal, currently celebrating its 20th year of publication, is the original magazine of the global Linux community, delivering readers the advice and inspiration they need to get the most out of their Linux systems.”
  2. $29.50 (US) buys 12 issues and access to the Linux Journal archive.
  3. Linux Journal has columns written by regular columns written by Mick Bauer, Reuven Lerner, Dave Taylor, Kyle Rankin, Bill Childers, John Knight, James Gray, Zack Brown, Shawn Powers and Doc Searls.
  4. For more see the Linux Journal FAQ.

Now there is a new Linux Journal subscription benefit:

You are flagged as an extremist by the NSA

NSA Labels Linux Journal Readers and TOR and TAILS Users as Extremists by Dave Palmer.

End the constant worry, nagging anxiety, endless arguments with friends about who is being tracked by the NSA! For the small sum of $29.50 (US) you can buy your way into the surveillance list at the NSA.

I can’t think of a cheaper way to get on a watch list, unless you send threatening letters to the U.S. President, which is a crime, so don’t do it.

Step up and assume the mantle of “extremist” in the eyes of the NSA.

You would be hard pressed to find better company.

PS: Being noticed may not seem like a good idea. But the bigger the NSA haystack, the safer all needles will be.

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