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‘Hactivist’ actions aren’t changing the world

Author: JT Smith

Salon.com takes “hactivists” to task: Do the people defacing Web sites really think they’re changing the world?

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Procrastinate with Linux games

Author: JT Smith

CNN.com shows readers how to have fun with Linux, by reviewing several Linux games, including LinCity and Liquid War.

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  • Linux

GNOME Office, how far along are we?

Author: JT Smith

Tony Granata writes: LinuxOrbit.com’s Editor-in-chief John Gowin compares GNOME Office suite of applications against Microsoft Office.

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  • Linux

Usenix Speech: Wedding MacOS and Unix

Author: JT Smith

32bitsonline covers Usenix presentation titled “Challenges in Integrating the Mac OS and BSD Environments” given by Wilfredo Sanchez of Apple’s Core Operating System Group.

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  • Linux

Microsoft Shares Tumble

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes: Yahoo Tech News reports that Microsoft shares dropped sharply Wednesday, after second quarter reports showed flat revenues.

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  • Linux

Tiny “Portal PC” Comes Loaded With RedHat 6.2

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes: Portal Research announced the release of its new Portal PC, a machine touted as an inexpensive solution for home, office, and private networks.

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  • Linux

Drew Eckhardt – True to Form Hacker?

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes “Linux Journal offers up this interview with Drew Eckhardt, Linux guru and self-proclaimed skydiving enthusiast and Dilbert fan.

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Random Story With Which Grant May Play

Author: JT Smith

Daniel D. Slosberg writes “Here’s a story for you, Grant. Have fun! “

FreeBSD 4.1 in release candidate mode

Author: JT Smith

The 4.1 branch of FreeBSD has been frozen as of 18:00 GMT July 20, and is available for download.

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  • Linux

Interview: Jay Beale of the Bastille Linux Project

Author: JT Smith

Jay Beale of the Bastille Linux Project talks about “locking down” Linux through the Bastille Linux Project in an interview with linuxsecurity.com.

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  • Linux