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CNET News: Belgian Government Chooses OpenDocument (Jun 23, 2006)

ComputerWorld: Linux applications make leap to Unix (Aug 22, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Q&A: SCO's CEO calls Unix sell-off 'the right deal' for the company (Aug 09, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Caldera's acquisition of SCO's Unix business gets mixed reviews (Aug 03, 2000)

CNN/IDG: Suits, geeks seek common ground on open-source (Jul 25, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Open-source community welcomes StarOffice release under GPL (Jul 20, 2000)

ComputerWorld: TurboLinux cuts jobs (Jun 02, 2000)

InfoWorld: Two Linux standards groups combine into one (May 09, 2000)

InfoWorld: Linux kernel upgrade faces more delays (May 04, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft pitches new app interoperability spec [SOAP] (Apr 29, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft CFO stuns Wall Street with lowered revenue outlook (Apr 21, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft's Tod Nielsen describes world of Web services [& talks about Linux] (Apr 20, 2000)

ComputerWorld: PocketPC is no 'Palm killer' (Apr 18, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft VP opens Comdex with Win 2000 demos, Linux jokes (Apr 18, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Guilty Verdict Could Boost Linux Fortunes [Poll] (Apr 13, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Guilty Verdict Could Boost Linux Fortunes (Apr 12, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Survey: IT pros say Microsoft has monopoly, but few favor breakup (Apr 07, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Q&A: Novell's Eric Schmidt (Mar 30, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Brainshare: Novell dons DENIM (Mar 28, 2000)

ComputerWorld: IBM scales up Linux initiatives (Mar 27, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Brainshare: Novell faces up to Windows 2000 and Linux (Mar 24, 2000)

Network World Fusion: IBM to build powerful Linux cluster (Mar 23, 2000)

InfoWorld: SCO reorganizes, issues profit warning (Mar 23, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Motorola Claims 'Five Nines' Availability for Linux Servers (Mar 14, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Plenty of New Linux Stocks, but No Red Hat (Mar 06, 2000)

ComputerWorld: SCO makes ASP play (Mar 02, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Linux Bundled with SAP, Oracle, CA Apps Draws Interest (Feb 28, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Report: Linux captured 25% of server OS market in '99 (Feb 14, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Q&A: New Novell COO Stewart Nelson (Feb 14, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Tarantella for Linux could hasten the demise of UnixWare (Feb 12, 2000)

Infoworld: Linux captured 25 percent of server OS market in '99 (Feb 11, 2000)

ComputerWorld: With few certified Win 2K apps, user testing urged (Feb 05, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft's goal: clean Windows (Feb 05, 2000)

ComputerWorld: SPARC systems will ship with Linux -- but not Sun brand name (Feb 04, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Fragmentation can be a good thing, Linux creator says (Feb 02, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Veritas Promises Linux Clustering (Jan 31, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Systems Management Key LinuxWorld App (Jan 31, 2000)

ComputerWorld: CA, Red Hat team on Linux bundle (Jan 27, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Veritas promises Linux clustering and storage management (Jan 21, 2000)

VNU Net: Comdex/Spring: Linux leaders look ahead (Apr 21, 1999)

VNU Net: Comdex/Spring: Linus Torvalds analyses success of Linux (Apr 20, 1999)

VNU Net: Comdex/Spring: Java is failing, says Linus Torvalds (Apr 20, 1999)

VNU Net: Winhec: Microsoft mulls over open source (Apr 09, 1999)

VNU Net: Caldera document reveals more embarassing Microsoft emails (Apr 01, 1999)

VNU Net: Red Hat Software finds more influential backers (Mar 10, 1999)

VNUNET: LinuxWorld: CA Unicenter TNG moves to Linux (Mar 03, 1999)