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Linuxworld: Nicholas Petreley -- The Penguin's choice awards (Jul 20, 1999)

InfoWorld: Petreley - Don't forget the dollar signs... (Jul 10, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Rethinking Linux stereotypes (Jun 28, 1999)

InfoWorld: Petreley responds to Bob Metcalfe (Jun 26, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Netscape Navigator's roaming profiles (Jun 21, 1999)

InfoWorld: Treasure trove: PHP offers features that will make your Web apps sparkle (Jun 19, 1999)

InfoWorld: UCITA could provide the license to kill those companies that support it (Jun 14, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Making money in the next (free) economy (Jun 12, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Nicholas Petreley -- When the system is free, Microsoft can't win (Jun 05, 1999)

LinuxWorld: SGI will open source to XFS -- Release may or may not be GPL'd (May 22, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Putting Red Hat 6.0 through its paces (May 21, 1999)

InfoWorld: Support is key to the new open-source economy (May 10, 1999)

InfoWorld: A new economy (May 08, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Nicholas Petreley -- Stop the MindCraft madness (May 08, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Nicholas Petreley -- Put these destinations on your Linux roadmap (May 03, 1999)

InfoWorld: It is sometimes desirable to muddle on without the best-selling applications (May 01, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Nicholas Petreley -- Realize the true potential of Linux (Apr 23, 1999)

InfoWorld: Caldera OpenLinux turns Windows into roadkill sooner than you expected (Apr 19, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Caldera OpenLinux 2.2 (Apr 16, 1999)

InfoWorld: The joke's on us (Apr 04, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft innovates the most devious market killer since Windows (Apr 03, 1999)

LinuxWorld: There's no place like GNOME (Apr 03, 1999)

CNN: Why is Microsoft worrying about Linux? (Mar 28, 1999)

LinuxWorld: Making the play for Linux in the home (Mar 26, 1999)

Linuxworld: Removing the plank (Mar 20, 1999)

InfoWorld: LinuxWorld Expo and its attendees have a lot to say -- about Windows NT (Mar 06, 1999)

InfoWorld: Call it what you want, but collaborative software has to thrive in the free market (Mar 01, 1999)

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