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Linux Journal: The Linux Advantage: Locking Out the Lock-in Artists (Jul 08, 2000)

Linux Journal: Accessibility: The Next Challenge for Linux (Jun 13, 2000)

Linux Journal: Yes, Microsoft, This Really IS About Free Speech (May 12, 2000)

Linux Journal: The U.S. Software Industry and Software Quality: Another Detroit in the Making? (May 04, 2000)

Linux Journal: Guilty! What's Next for Linux? (Apr 05, 2000)

Linux Journal: Linux in Higher Education: Open Source, Open Minds, Social Justice (Mar 22, 2000)

Linux Journal: Linux and DeCSS: What the MPAA is Really After (Feb 06, 2000)

Linux Journal: A Senior Microsoft Attorney Looks at Open-Source Licensing (Jan 11, 2000)

Linux Journal: Internet Patents: Giving Away the Store (Dec 24, 1999)

Linux Journal: In Seattle's Aftermath: Linux, Independent Media, and the Survival of Democracy (Dec 14, 1999)

Linux Journal: Copyright Strikes Back (Nov 23, 1999)

Linux Journal: Finding the Facts About Linux (Nov 10, 1999)

Linux Journal: Why the KDE/GNOME Split is Actually a Good Thing (Oct 16, 1999)

Linux Journal: Killing Off Linux: It's All Academic (Sep 19, 1999)

Linux Journal: Will Linux conquer the desktop? Not without Linux Lite (Sep 12, 1999)

Linux Journal: Shrink-Wrapped UCITA (Sep 06, 1999)

Linux Journal: The Coming Software Patent Crisis: Can Linux Survive? (Aug 15, 1999)

Linux Journal: Linux -- Not Just for Communists (Aug 03, 1999)