Linuxplanet to get new Editor
Seasoned Linux writer to lead site
"Kevin was one of the first technical writers covering Linux, beginning with his coverage of the .99 kernel beta," says internet.com chairman and CEO Alan M. Meckler. "His appointment to LinuxPlanet.com is part of our ongoing commitment to serving this community with the best possible content through our editors, writers, researchers and Web sites."
Reichard has authored five books on
Linux, including "Linux in Plain English"
and "The Linux Internet Server" (IDG Books)
and has served as a Linux series editor for
IDG Books. His title, "Linux Configuration
and Installation" won a 1996 Computer
Press Association award. His writing
has appeared in Performance Computing, ServerWatch
, Internet World and New Media Magazine.
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