The Linux Society meets tonight in New York City


Author: JT Smith
What: The Linux Society General Meeting
When: Tuesday, May 8, 2001 at 6:15 pm (sharp!) to 8:30
Where: The NYPC Office, Room 1560, floor 15
481 Eighth Avenue (at 34th Street)
Manhattan, New York City
Speaker: Ruth Shanen (The Linux Society)
Topic: Introduction to Linux
In an anniversary session of The Linux Society,
one of its Founding — I all but said Fathers! —
Ruth Shanen will introduce the basic concepts
of the operating system that we have all gathered
around. Everybody is welcome!

The Linux Society (TM)
is a SIG of NYPC (
meeting monthly in mid-town Manhattan.
We hold a General Meeting each month on a topic of
interest to new or experienced LINUX users.
We also have a Linux Study Group in progress,
meeting two evenings each month
All our meetings are free and open to all.
For more information please check our web site
or send an email to: