Developer Linux News for Jun 24, 1999
Chosun Ilbo (Korea): Aggressive Marketing Plan for New MS Word 2000 (Jun 24, 1999, 23:11)
Microsoft Korea announces local Word 2000 for $9 annual
Financial Post: Corel shows glimmer of hope with $9.2M profit (Jun 24, 1999, 22:04)
"... costs may creep up over the balance of the year as Corel
works on versions of its software in the Linux operating
Ottawa Citizen: Corel confirms results for skeptical analysts (Jun 24, 1999, 21:56)
"Corel said it was poised for profits the rest of the
LinuxWorld: The original upstart -- The peripatetic Bruce Perens (Jun 24, 1999, 20:00)
"Filmmaker, Linux hacker, and ham radio geek, Bruce Perens is
one of the quirkiest figures in the open source and free software
PC Quest: Unix Through Windows (Jun 24, 1999, 19:45)
"Did you know that you can access and run Unix apps directly
from your Windows desktop?"
TechWeb: Users Say Life Would Be OK
Without Microsoft (Jun 24, 1999, 16:23)
"As PC Expo wrapped up Thursday, show attendees here said the
dependency on Microsoft in their workplaces could easily be
replaced by others."
CDex considers going Open Source (Jun 24, 1999, 15:17)
The author of the Windows-based software (freeware) program,
CDex, is considering making his software available as open
PCQuest: File Associations in Linux (Jun 24, 1999, 13:04)
"With kernel 2.2, you can associate file-types to load up their
Financial Post: Governments waste money on Microsoft (Jun 24, 1999, 12:56)
"I want to promote the use of Linux by governments for one
simple reason: I am a taxpayer and small business owner, and I
resent it when governments waste my money."
New Mozilla release M7 out (Jun 24, 1999, 10:21)
KDE Development News, Wed 16 Jun 1999 - Tue 22 Jun 1999 (Jun 24, 1999, 09:56)
A full summary of the latest KDE developments...
InfoWorld: Open-source development grows with Linux (Jun 24, 1999, 09:10)
"Imagine you are Jim Ewel and you work for Microsoft, the most
successful software company in the world..."