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Peering into the future of Open Source

Author: JT Smith By Tina Gasperson News Editor Got a crystal ball? Trying to pin down the future of any movement in the high-tech industry is a risky proposition. The amount of change and the number of innovations in the last decade alone borders on mind-boggling. With Open Source, the problem...
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The Linux IPO and Acquisition Arena: Who is Next?

Author: JT Smith Vavra and Associates put together this report that speculates about the future of acquisitions and consolidations in the land of Linux. Category: Linux
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Sega plans to hit the Web with gaming service

Author: JT Smith Under the planned agreement with Gigamedia, Inc., the venture in its first year of operation is projected to top US$35 million in online gaming revenue, according to this Reuters report.
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AOL for Linux - can you say oxymoron? USED TUESDAY GG

Author: JT Smith According to a report from CNET.com, AOL has created a Linux version of its popular online software. The software, named Gamera, was snagged by techpages.com.
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Augustin likes his customers sticky

Author: JT Smith CNET staffer Stephen Shankland snagged a few minutes with VA Linux head man Larry Augustin to talk about his views on selling Linux systems. Category: Open Source
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Geek cruises are a reality with jaunts to Alaska

Author: JT Smith The inaugural Geek Cruise combined a seven-night trip to Alaska with intensive courses from Perl language notables such as Randal Schwartz and Larry Wall. Read about it at CNET.com. Category: Linux
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Just us two, say AOL and Time Warner

Author: JT Smith The FCC is asking whether AT&T will carry AOL's Internet service and whether Time Warner's cable system will carry AT&T local-phone service, Bloomberg News reported. Category: Open Source
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"I am hot 4 U, Napster," says Prince

Author: JT Smith ABCNews.com reports that Prince is "excited" about Napster. Hey, just how excited is he? Might be interesting to see how the former self-proclaimed slave of Time-Warner records exploits the possibilities.
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"What if computers get too smart?" asks ABCNews.com

Author: JT Smith Jack Smith writes: "Here at the start of the new millennium, technology seems poised both to extend human life and to enrich it in ways we can now only imagine. But the future may not be this rosy." Category: Linux
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Tuesday<BR>Open Source People

Author: JT Smith By: Julie BresnickNude on the cover: One man's heroic effort to keep the Open in Open Source Nude on the cover: One man's heroic effort to keep the Open in Open Source ***Disclaimer: Any connotations readers interpret to be inferred by descriptive verbs and/or...
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