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Music distributors pushed into online sales

Author: JT Smith Major music distributors are jumping into online sales because of threats from services such as MP3.com and Napster, according to a story at InfoWorld.
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LightWork Design releases LightWorks for Linux

Author: JT Smith LightWork Design has announced that its photorealistic rendering product, LightWorks, is now available on the Linux operating system. Support of LightWorks(TM) on Linux is a major part of LightWork Design's commitment to providing its customers with cross-platform toolkit solutions...
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Mount Linux provides Protectix with sysadmin tool

Author: JT Smith Mount Linux and Protectix have announced a development agreement for Olympus, Mount Linux' secure remote administration tool. Under the agreement, Mount Linux will provide Olympus and development expertise to integrate Olympus with Protectix Appliance OS. Protectix,...
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MacWeek readers talk about AirPort

Author: JT Smith MacWeek readerstalk about their experiences with Apple's wireless networking device, AirPort.
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War? GNOME vs KDE

Author: JT Smith KDE and GNOME are competing for the linux desktop. ZDNet's UK site has a summary of the two sides in the battle. Category: Open Source
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AOL most visited site, Napster makes top 50

Author: JT Smith IDG is reporting that Napster is now in the top 50 visited US sites.
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UNIX's past

Author: JT Smith Macweek has a story detailing the origins of UNIX. Category: Unix
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Microsoft 'Freedom to Innovate' Newsletter

Author: JT Smith Learn about the latest attempts to curtail Microsoft's business activities in the U.S. and other countries -- from Microsoft's perspective. Latest issue here.
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MP3Board stretching law with suit

Author: JT Smith MP3Board is testing the limits of the law with its suit against AOL-Time Warner, says NewsBytes.
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The Foundation

Author: JT Smith By: Jack BryarThe Foundation The Foundation While last week's Linux World convention produced lots of news, nothing, not even a keynote address by long-time Microsoft ally Michael Dell, produced anything...
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