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Simon Travaglia, the brains behind The Bastard Operator From Hell (BOFH), has selected The Register for the online return of his classic cult sysop-as-saboteur column.

We're very pleased: and so should be Britain's army of networking sysops. They were left bereft following last autumn's closure of Network Week, where BOFH established a huge following.

Mourn no longer. Simon is kicking off with his new BOFH columns in mid-January on The Register. We hope to introduce BOFH to a huge new worldwide audience. You might call this jumping the gun: we call it viral marketing. We should be taking orders for T-shirts come February. ®

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