(PRWEB) June 8, 2004
Cedar Park, TX -- LinuxElectrons(TM) has announced an addition to the forums, ÂTeens on LinuxÂ. The TOL (Teens on Linux) forum will provide a tremendous asset and resource for teens seeking Linux, and for furthering their knowledge of computers in general. The TOL forum is moderated by LinuxGirl, a 13 year old who has been using Linux ever since she received a laptop for Christmas last year.
ÂTHE TOL forum (http://www.linuxelectrons.com/forum/index.php?forum=35) will be a great stopping point on the Internet for teens interested in Linux. TOL will provide a safe and secure hangout for teens to gather, share and relate their experiences with Linux and computers in generalÂ said Robert Thomas, Senior Managing Editor of LinuxElectrons.
The TOL forum provides a safe hangout for teens to gather on the Internet. Free from virus's and pornography that are usually associated with IRC channels and other forum's. Parents can be at ease knowing that their teen will not be exposed to adult content or other dangers while surfing at the TOL forum on LinuxElectrons. The forum will be moderated by LinuxGirl, and supervised by her loving and caring father, Robert Thomas, Senior Managing Editor of LinuxElectrons.
ÂWe can just hangout and talk about Linux or other computer stuff. We don't have to talk about Linux at all if you don't want. I just want to learn more about Linux myself.Â said LinuxGirl, Teens on Linux moderator.
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