My name is Ken, and I make zines.
Here's what's on offer:
My personal zine (sometimes called a perzine). When I showed an early draft of the first copy to a friend of mine, he said "so this is all about nostalgia, huh?". Which it kind of is—I do write a lot about being a kid in the 1970s and 80s. But it is also becoming a whole lot more.
A zine about Linux and LaTeX. (In fact, the only reason I started this zine was to learn how to use LaTeX.) This is actually my best-selling zine! Two issues are currently available.
A guide to the command line in Linux. This one is mostly handwritten and in color. Issue #1 is available now, and I'm currently at work on the second one.
Just notes I take as I walk around listening to podcasts. Available as a free download, or for a donation.
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