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Articles by Evan Leibovitch Ubuntu Reflects Current State of Linux Art (Dec 12, 2006)

Computing Canada: The Much-Awaited Breakthrough Year for the Open Source Desktop May Never Come (Jun 05, 2006)

Linux World: Can Open Source Truly Save The World? (Oct 20, 2003)

ZDNet: Seventeen years old and state of the art (Jul 24, 2001)

ZDNet: Tempest in a Caldera (Jul 06, 2001)

ZDNet: A very apt app (Jun 26, 2001)

ZDNet: License to FUD (Jun 20, 2001)

ZDNet: Is BSD Getting Lost Amidst the Open Source Salvos? (Jun 12, 2001)

ZDNet: A GUI situation indeed (Eazel's demise won't slow Linux's progress on the desktop) (May 30, 2001)

ZDNet: Just another manic Mundie (May 22, 2001)

ZDNet: A matter of privacy? (May 15, 2001)

ZDNet: Microsoft's May Day manifesto (May 10, 2001)

ZDNet: Open source's black hole (Mac's OS X) (May 02, 2001)

ZDNet: You can't always get what you font (Apr 26, 2001)

ZDNet: Leave everything to me... not! Should OS vendors limit your choices? (Apr 17, 2001)

ZDNet: Microsoft's campaign to help Linux on the desktop (Apr 12, 2001)

ZDnet: Giving Linux a Home Base [The LSB is Worth the Wait] (Apr 06, 2001)

ZDNet: Oh say can you CeBIT? (Mar 29, 2001)

ZDNet: Linux standard deviation impedes developers (Mar 20, 2001)

ZDNet: Why Linux is like pizza - Would you like anchovies with your open source code? (Mar 12, 2001)

ZDNet: Walking the open-source tightrope (Mar 06, 2001)

ZDNet: Can Linux cross the channel?; How to make money with Linux? Answer may be near or VAR (Feb 27, 2001)

ZDNet: Open source's quiet revenge (Feb 21, 2001)

ZDNet: Searching for a supermodel - for Linux business (Feb 14, 2001)

ZDNet: From FUD to trash talk - The gloves are off as Redmond starts revving its hype machine to attack Linux (Feb 06, 2001)

ZDNet: Why Linux is turning the tables (Jan 31, 2001)

ZDNet: Open-source antitrust penalty for Microsoft? (Jan 25, 2001)

ZDNet: Frigid but fun times in the open source world (Jan 16, 2001)

ZDNet: Much ado about kernels (Jan 10, 2001)

ZDNet: LaTeX: A diamond in the rough (Jan 04, 2001)

ZDNet: Linux in 2000: Novelty No More (Jan 03, 2001)

ZDNet: Their gain, your pain - "Open licensing" schemes are nothing of the sort (Dec 22, 2000)

ZDNet: Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolves? (Dec 15, 2000)

ZDNet/Yahoo!: A browser renaissance (Dec 08, 2000)

ZDNet: Should I stay or should I go? Would anyone miss Corel if it left the Linux market? (Nov 30, 2000)

ZDNet: Let's get ready to mumble - Companies throwing PR behind feuding Linux desktops are doing more harm than good (Nov 22, 2000)

ZDNet: The coders' collective - Is the world ready for a democratically-elected software company? (Nov 16, 2000)

ZDNet: Watching them get it (Nov 10, 2000)

ZDNet: Linux gets that Tokyo glow (Nov 03, 2000)

ZDNet: Office Politics (Oct 25, 2000)

ZDNet: Bigger, not necesarily better - StarOffice's open sourcing isn't the breakthrough some believe (Oct 19, 2000)

ZDNet: A question of leadership - Red Hat 7 lays the path, but who will follow? (Oct 11, 2000)

ZDNet: Penguins invade the orchard (Oct 05, 2000)

ZDNet: That (other) f-word (Sep 27, 2000)

ZDNet: Evan Leibovitch: Glory days [of Yggdrasil] (Sep 20, 2000)

ZDNet: Evan Leibovitch: The AIX and pains of 64-bit computing (Sep 13, 2000)

ZDNet: It's the apps, stupid - Trying to pick a winner between GNOME and KDE is a futile distraction (Sep 05, 2000)

ZDNet: This ain't no tradeshow - A reshaped SCO rallies the troops or at least tries to soothe them (Aug 30, 2000)

ZDNet: Evan Leibovitch: Corel going south? Cowpland leaving can mean only one thing (Aug 23, 2000)

ZDNet: Evan Leibovitch: The suck factor (Aug 15, 2000)

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