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ComputerWorld: Novell Casts NDS as Web Relationship Manager (Nov 22, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux Creator Credits Users, Says their wants are fueling development (Nov 22, 1999)

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ComputerWorld: Red Hat plans to rev up Linux (Nov 12, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Open-Source Apps Win Red Hat Nod (Nov 08, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux Server Cluster Threatens Open Unity (Nov 01, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Clustering software takes Linux in new direction (Oct 27, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Too Many Linuxes? No Way, Say Users; OK because flavors are interchangeable (Oct 25, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft to ship final Win 2K prerelease (Oct 22, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft earnings soar despite earlier cautions (Oct 20, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Red Hat, Compaq tighten support ties (Oct 19, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Hacker version of Linux to hit retail shelves (Oct 12, 1999)

ComputerWorld: DigitalMe technology clear -- but not its future (Oct 07, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft to ship NT-based thin-client software (Sep 29, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft Net strategy to focus on tools, not content (Sep 24, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Last Major Windows 2000 Beta Ships (Sep 20, 1999)

PC World: Windows DNA Wins Initial Praise (Sep 15, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Novell to announce NetWare clustering (Sep 11, 1999)

ComputerWorld: GM Eyes Linux for 7,500 Dealer Systems (Sep 07, 1999)

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ComputerWorld: Gates opens window on Windows 2000 delay (Aug 27, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft Tightens Developer Testing Rules for Win 2000 (Aug 26, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft ups processor count in Win 2K (Aug 18, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux Web Server Clusters Emerge (Aug 16, 1999)

CNET Next Linux kernel due by year's end (Aug 11, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Vendors Flesh Out Details On Linux Plans, Support (Aug 09, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Burlington Coat Factory Finds That Linux Runs Smoothly, Despite Lack of Support (Aug 09, 1999)

Computerworld: IBM Linux announcements on tap (Aug 04, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux 'Appliance' Serves Music Samples at [Wherehouse] Stores (Aug 04, 1999)

Computer World: CA, Caldera team on Linux (Jul 14, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Home Depot Testing Linux For Mushrooming PC Volume (Jun 22, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux Gains Development Tools in Bid For Expanded Usage (May 24, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux Takes Flight on Northwest Simulators (May 24, 1999)

Computerworld: In which our intrepid reporter endeavors to install Linux ... (May 19, 1999)

ComputerWorld: More Users Are Looking at Linux (May 19, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux application site debuts (May 12, 1999)

Computerworld: Upcoming Linux Versions Aim for Windows Ease of Use (Apr 21, 1999)

CNN: Linux fans fear Red Hat takeover (Mar 27, 1999)

Computerworld: Linux fans fear Red Hat takeover (Mar 23, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux-For-All Faces Obstacles (Mar 16, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Cendant Will Book Linux into 4,000 Hotels (Mar 10, 1999)

Computer World: Linux creator: Expect "reasonable" things from OS (Mar 03, 1999)

Computerworld: Linux Roadblock: Not Enough Apps (Mar 01, 1999)

Computerworld: Vendors Rally Behind Linux (Mar 01, 1999)