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The FCC's weak new "open Internet" rules (Dec 23, 2010)

Steve Jobs defends his PG-rated walled garden (Jun 04, 2010)

Mercury News: Linux on Desktop Gaining in OS Race (Apr 05, 2004)

The Mercury News: Luminary in Open-Source Movement Developed the Apache Web Server (Dec 23, 2003)

The Mercury News: Open Source Helps Education Effort in Third World (Sep 16, 2003) GPL Legal Battle Coming? (May 21, 2003)

The Mercury News: Grants Promoting Unfettered Innovation (Apr 30, 2003)

Seattle Times: Open Source Project May Have Big Impact (Oct 28, 2002) Software Idea May Be Just Crazy Enough to Work (Oct 22, 2002)

The Mercury News: An Ode to Pioneer of Free Software (Aug 01, 2002)

The Mercury News: Open-source Movement Fueled by Community Spirit (Jul 25, 2002) A revolutionary pursuit: freedom from Microsoft (Jul 01, 2001) Eazel's Innovations (Mar 17, 2001)

SJ Mercury: Dan Gillmor: Issues aside, how Napster works is what really matters (Aug 07, 2000)

SJ Mercury: Microsoft's Ballmer won't consider possibility of break (Apr 28, 2000)

SJ Mercury: [Microsoft] Juvenile Antics Turn Dangerous? (Apr 16, 2000)

SJ Mercury: Tuition-free computer school is set for launch (Apr 15, 2000)

SJ Mercury: Cobalt Networks is emblematic of valley evolution (Mar 27, 2000)

SJ Mercury: Greed undermines benefits of digital technology (Mar 05, 2000)

SJ Mercury: He wrote the book on Linux revolution and added chapters on motivating legions (Feb 27, 2000)

SJ Mercury: Netizens unite against Big Business over DVDs (Jan 04, 2000)

SJ Mercury: The role model for 'do as I say not as I do' (Oct 01, 1999)

SJ Mercury: Boomlet approaches boom status on the eve of LinuxWorld Expo (Aug 08, 1999)

Ottawa Citizen: Linux now big enough to be a Microsoft target (Jun 21, 1999)

SJ Mercury: Free software's brave GNU world (Mar 15, 1999)

SJ Mercury: Conference, buzz put Linux in the spotlight (Feb 28, 1999)

SJ Mercury: Microsoft's best hope is to contain damage (Feb 26, 1999)