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Articles by Dennis E. Powell

Linux and Main: The Question Is: Who Stole What From Whom? (Jun 03, 2003)

Two First Looks at Ximian Desktop 2 (Jun 03, 2003)

Linux and Main: When Good Dogs Go Bad (May 20, 2003)

Linux and Main: Company or Community? (May 13, 2003)

Linux and Main: SCuSE Me -- Please! (Apr 26, 2003)

Linux and Main: Olden Days (Apr 15, 2003)

Linux and Main: A Glimpse of the Future? I Hope So (Jan 30, 2003)

Linux and Main: Notes from LinuxWorld Conference and Expo (Jan 27, 2003)

Linux and Main: The Great Unfolding (Nov 22, 2002)

Three on Friday's Microsoft Ruling (Nov 04, 2002)

Linux and Main: Impressions of SuSE 8.1 (Oct 17, 2002)

Linux and Main: Delaware: KDE League, Federally Tax-Exempt, Is Reinstated (Oct 08, 2002)

Update: Linux and Main: The Unheralded Disappearance of the KDE League, Inc. (Oct 06, 2002)

Linux and Main: Desktoperating System Reborn (Sep 18, 2002)

Linux and Main: Men at Work: The Ximians in Their Aerie (Sep 10, 2002)

Linux and Main: KDE and Red Hat--Growing Pains, or Something More? (Aug 29, 2002)

Linux and Main: A Fertile Field for Linux Desktop Growth (Aug 14, 2002)

Linux and Main: McBride is New Caldera Head; Love Leaves for UnitedLinux (Jun 27, 2002)

Linux and Main: The Future Belongs to GNOME; Inertia, to KDE (Jun 26, 2002)

Linux and Main: Analysis: The Battle Lines are Drawn (Jun 10, 2002)

Linux and Main: RMS Condemns [UnitedLinux] Per-seat Licensing (May 31, 2002)

Linux and Main: First Look at SuSE 8.0: So What? (May 13, 2002)

Linux and Main: Problems at Caldera, Interview with Love (May 10, 2002)

Linux and Main: Hancom Linux Targets Middle Eastern Market with New Distro, Productivity Suite (Apr 24, 2002)

Linux and Main: Interview: Bart Decrem -- Leveraging Desktop Linux (Apr 23, 2002)

Linux and Main: Hancom Cancels "Professional" Edition of Office Suite (Apr 16, 2002)

Linux and Main: Ximian GNOME on a Low-Resources Machine (Mar 22, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: A Winding Path to KDE3 (Feb 06, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: Linux World Expo Turns Businesslike (Jan 31, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Linux Lewis vs. Microsoft Tyson (Jan 30, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Judge Robert Bork on the Microsoft Settlement (Jan 23, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: The Trouble with January (Jan 16, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Why Windows Users Should Oppose the Settlement (and Other Notes) (Jan 09, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: A Two-Pound UNIX Workstation On the Cheap (Jan 02, 2002)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Your Voice (Dec 26, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: I Want One! (Dec 19, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Crunch Time (Dec 12, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Good Idea or Wacky Fantasy? (Dec 05, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Other Agendas (Nov 28, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: In Praise of IBM (Nov 21, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Leveraging Linux (Nov 14, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: The Settlement Sucks (Nov 07, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: TechNotes: Fixing SuSE 7.3 (Nov 02, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Brain-Munching Insects and SuSE 7.3 (Nov 01, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: The Distribution We Need (Oct 27, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: The Plateau (Oct 20, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: KDE3 Is Coming (Oct 11, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: Bought and Paid For (Oct 03, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: comment: Strategic Linux (Sep 26, 2001)

LinuxPlanet: .comment: A Different View of Security (Sep 19, 2001)

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