Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You.

This was originally released as an exclusive perk for subscribers. But the topic is incredibly important.

So it's now free for everyone.

Watch it for free on Odysee:

With "Linux Sucks 2021" fast approaching, now seems like a good time to see how Linux royally sucked in 2020!

Watch "Linux Sucks 2020" on Odysee:

Want to watch the 2021 edition when it first comes out? Subscribe right here:

"Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You" is now available for subscribers of The Lunduke Journal!

Not part of The Lunduke Journal family yet? Now seems like a pretty gosh darned good time to join!

A presentation rejected by every Tech conference from here to Timbuktu...

Is finally happening.

"Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You."

Next Monday, December 28.

Only for subscribers of The Lunduke Journal:

Merry Christmas Eve y'all!

Because you've been a good nerd this year, here's a little gift:

Issue #2 of The Lunduke Journal is free to download!

Paper doll of Tux the Penguin. Color by number Bill Gates. Articles and comics about DOS. Nerdy & happy.

The back cover of the print edition of "The Lunduke Journal" reads:

"There are a lot of nerds in this world. But only one nerd as awesome as you."

I put those words there because it's true.

During Linux Sucks 2019, I dared an audience to hack into my Windows 3.11 PC or my DOS powered BBS.

Nobody ever did. ;)

If you haven't seen that show yet, you can get it over at as one of the (many) exclusive perks.

Magazines should have more screenshots of Haiku.

... The Lunduke Journal sure does. :)

Check out Issue #3 for a list of super awesome features that Linux could use to borrow from other Operating Systems.

Including Haiku / BeOS.

Core Dumps. They happen.

It's a fact of life.

Now that fact is immortalized on a T-Shirt. Grab yours over at The Lunduke Store.

The early responses for The Lunduke Journal issue 3 are pretty doggone positive!

"loved the first two issues but really, really liked this one"

"Another fantastic issue sir, very much enjoyed reading it. I can not wait until issue #4"

The Lunduke Journal, issue #3, is available for download!

With a heaping helping of articles focused on using "retro" computers and systems in 2020.

Plus: Nerdy Color-by-Number, new paper doll outfits for Tux the Penguin, & more.

How to subscribe:

Coming Soon: "Linux Sucks 2021" & "Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You".

Plus a watch party!

And a call for Linux Horror Stories!

Here's all the details:

Every issue of The Lunduke Journal comes with a new outfit, accessory, or backdrop for a paper doll.

A paper doll... of Tux the Penguin. The Linux mascot.

The current issue adds a Disco suit.

The Linux mascot. In a Disco suit.


In issue #2 of "The Lunduke Journal":

The 10 Best VGA DOS Games. Period.

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Ever want to do a Color-by-Number of a young Bill Gates draping himself provocatively over a computer?

Well then, you're in luck. The latest issue of "The Lunduke Journal" is here to make your dreams come true.

Subscribe and get every issue right here:

Starting with Issue #2, "The Lunduke Journal" is now including a Telnet accessible BBS list!

Right there, on the very last page... like computer mags in Ye Olden Times!

New issue every 2 weeks for subscribers:

Issue #2 of "The Lunduke Journal" is out!

In this issue:
- The Best VGA DOS Games
- How to run a DOS Web Server
- A Disco suit for Paper Doll Tux
- Nerdy Cross Stitch & Color-by-Number
- Other nerdy fun!

Subscribers can grab the digital issue right here:

Is the constant onslaught of depressing or infuriating news getting you down?

Need an escape? Need to recharge your soul?

Try a Color-By-Number of the very first arcade video game ever made: Computer Space!

In the current issue of The Lunduke Journal:

What if Tux the Penguin (the Linux mascot)... was a paper doll?

What if you could dress Tux however you like?

In the debut issue of The Lunduke Journal... you can make that dream a reality.

Grab the DRM-Free issue right here:

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