IT Week: Novell to woo SAN users

Author: JT Smith discusses latest moves by Novell, lists new features in NetWare 6.0. Story mentions fact that this may be too little too late; that many firms have migrated from Novell to Windows NT and are unlikely to go back.
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Judge says domain name wasn't stolen

Author: JT Smith Slightly surreal Wired story ran Friday - about how domain names aren't "property" and therefore can't be stolen in the legal sense. However, fraud statutes may apply, so the case isn't over yet. Category: Linux
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Dvorak: The death of Moore's Law?

Author: JT Smith PC Magazine columnist questioned the continuing validity of Moore's law in his Aug. 25 column. IBM is mentioned heavily as the company most likely to break "the law" in the near future. Category: Unix
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Courting IT's vote

Author: JT Smith Thoughtful piece at InfoWorld discusses the two major U.S. political parties' stand on issues relevant to the Internet and the IT industry in general -- and why, with the increasing economic importance of IT, these stances are likely to be even more important in future campaigns...
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China warns Internet domain name squatters

Author: JT Smith Brief Reuters story on says, China has drafted tough new rules on Internet domain name registration after legal wrangles involving firms such as Microsoft (MSFT.O) and Procter & Gamble.
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IBM first with LTO storage

Author: JT Smith Windows and Unix servers hungry for reliable storage options are the target markets for IBM's LTO drives, according to this ITWeek story at Category: Unix
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Author: JT Smith From LinuxPR: adds a new service for wireless internet at
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Entry-level C++ class require Windows software?

Author: JT Smith Heated Slashdot discussion of a University's decision to require students attending an entry-level C++ programming class to use CodeWarrior for Windows instead of allowing them to use Linux or another OS of their choice.
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MandrakeSoft and OpenSales Sign Pact

Author: JT Smith LinuxPR has the scoop: OpenSales, Inc., the leading provider of open source e-commerce applications, today announced that its software is now bundled with the packaged Linux-Mandrake 7.1 Complete operating system from MandrakeSoft, the leader in user-friendly Linux...
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GNOME Foundation, UI, and Linux-duplicate

Author: JT Smith Yahoo! has published a report about Linux World Expo which focuses on the recent Gnome related announcements, and where they fail to meet the needs of the community.
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