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Forbes Rewrites the History of Open Source (Aug 19, 2008)

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Microsoft’s Dana Perino Problem With Open Source (Aug 01, 2008)

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Google Playing Politics with Open Source (Mar 19, 2008)

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ZDNet: The Open Source Link of AMD and Nvidia (Feb 23, 2008)

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