I've seen it a few times in Easons in Blanchardstown, and I picked up my last
issue in Liffy valley, so yes it is available in Dublin. Or at least near
Dublin. As far as usefulness goes, the articles seem to span from beginner level
to expert. It also had loads of adds for both Linux hardware and software.
To get a better idea of what it has to offer, have a look at their web site.
They have a number of articles available for on-line browsing and a listing of
all their articles. For me personally, I usually don't subscribe to magazines
because I usually end up with a stack of mags that I don't want for the sake of
a few articles I am interested in. I prefer to browse the magazines on the shelf
and just buy the ones I'm really interested in.
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