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Microsoft, Moonlight, and Open Source Software (And Novell's Brilliance!) (Sep 08, 2007)

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Microsoft's Failures with the OOXML Standard (Aug 31, 2007)

Open Source Business Innovation and the Subscription Model (Aug 23, 2007)

Microsoft and Open Source: Frost Sightings in Hell (Aug 06, 2007)

Microsoft and Xen and Patent Leadership (Aug 01, 2007)

Tim O'Reilly, Eben Moglen, and Jane Jacobs (Aug 01, 2007)

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Core, Complement, and Context: Channeling Geoffrey Moore on Open Source (May 08, 2007)

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Once More Unto the Breach: China Open Source Software Summit, Beijing (Apr 03, 2007)

Once More Unto the Breach: Debating Open Source Software Definitions (Mar 08, 2007)

Once More Unto the Breach: Unshakeable MySQL (Feb 01, 2007)

Once More Unto the Breach: Patents, Red Hat, and Hibernate (Jul 11, 2006)

Once More Unto The Breach: Time to Market with Open Source, and License Considerations (Jun 13, 2006)

Once More Unto the Breach: Standards and Open Source Software at OSBC (Feb 16, 2006)

Once More Unto the Breach: Shai Agassi, SAP, and Open Source Software (Jan 08, 2006)

Once More Unto the Breach: Open Source and the New Microsoft Strategy (Nov 15, 2005)

Once More Unto the Breach: A Short Follow-Up on the Optaros Free and Open Source Software Policy (Oct 31, 2005)

Once More Unto the Breach: Microsoft, Massachusetts and a Standards Primer (Sep 21, 2005)

Once More Unto the Breach: OSRM, Lloyds of London, and Open Source Insurance (Aug 30, 2005)

Once More unto the Breach: Palamida FUD on CNet (Jul 26, 2005)

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Once More Into the Breach: Open Source Risk Management in the Enterprise (Jun 18, 2005)

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