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Linux Magazine: Opening Windows (Oct 10, 2005)

Linux Magazine: Git With It! (Sep 16, 2005)

Linux Magazine: The State of the Penguin: IT (Sep 15, 2005)

Linux Magazine: The State of the Penguin: Telecom (Sep 06, 2005)

Salon: Firefox--The Flag Bearer of Free Software (Nov 16, 2004)

Salon.com: Radio Free Software (Dec 19, 2002)

Salon.com: Profits from Piracy (Sep 27, 2002)

O'Reilly Network: Lisa Nyman Discusses Open Source in Government (Jul 18, 2002)

O'Reilly Network: Linux in Government (Jul 17, 2002)

Salon.com: A Unified Theory of Software Evolution (Apr 09, 2002)

Upside: Startups keep open source competitive (Jan 31, 2001)

Upside Today: VA Linux still suffering from post-earnings woes (Jan 24, 2001)

Upside: IBM is taking Linux -- and running [More on "Has IBM hijacked Linux?"] (Jan 20, 2001)

Upside: New Linux kernel arrives with little fanfare (Jan 12, 2001)

Upside: Mandrakesoft CEO defends Linux (Jan 10, 2001)

Upside: The year for open source (Dec 27, 2000)

Upside: Open source stalwart Sendmail looks to wireless for profits (Dec 25, 2000)

Upside: To open source, investors tune out, companies tune in (Dec 20, 2000)

Upside: Why software still sucks (Dec 13, 2000)

Upside: Can VA Linux get out of hot water [With SourceForge]? (Dec 08, 2000)

Upside: Last of the Independents [Bruce Perens at HP] (Dec 06, 2000)

Upside: BSD community learns to get along (Dec 01, 2000)

Upside: Vita Nuova breaks new OS ground [with Plan 9] (Nov 29, 2000)

Upside: IBPhoenix (Interbase) president gets past the politics (Nov 22, 2000)

Upside: KDE League looks much like Gnome Foundation (Nov 17, 2000)

Upside: He speaks hacker (Nov 16, 2000)

Upside: Transmeta's 12 o'clock high (Nov 10, 2000)

Upside: VA Linux investors back away (Nov 07, 2000)

Upside: Linuxcare aims for redemption (Nov 05, 2000)

Upside: Those nagging open source details [Notes from the Open Source Database Summit] (Nov 01, 2000)

Upside: Zero Knowledge marks Freedom milestone (Oct 26, 2000)

Upside: Covalent mixes proprietary and open source software (Oct 23, 2000)

Upside: Uncertain times for TurboLinux, Linuxcare (Oct 18, 2000)

Upside: It's not easy being Red Hat (Oct 13, 2000)

Upside: Learning the ways of Mozilla (Oct 11, 2000)

Upside: OpenBSD plugs a rare security leak (Oct 06, 2000)

Upside: Open source uncertainty over Microsoft-Corel; MS planning to buy Red Hat next? (Oct 05, 2000)

Upside: Raymond to pen 'Zen and the Art of Unix' (Oct 03, 2000)

Upside: Red Hat struggles to be seen in embedded space (Sep 29, 2000)

Upside: The Great Open Source Debate wages on (Sep 29, 2000)

Upside: Sun-Cobalt deal boosts confidence in Linux sector (Sep 22, 2000)

Upside: Linux and Napster users: Cut from the same yarn (Sep 20, 2000)

Upside: What makes software open source? (Sep 14, 2000)

Upside: Embedded Linux companies square off in PR shoot-out (Sep 13, 2000)

Upside: Primed and ready (Sep 09, 2000)

Upside: Open source licensing battle comes to an end (Sep 07, 2000)

Upside: A lab of one's own (OSDL) (Sep 01, 2000)

Upside: Linux incubators overcome harsh environment (Aug 30, 2000)

Upside: VA Linux surges, Gnutella hardly invulnerable (Aug 27, 2000)

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