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Linux Today summary, August 23 - August 29

Aug 30, 1999, 13:22 (3 Talkback[s])

Here's a summary of the most popular stories posted to Linux Today during the last week.

Most Viewed Stories

Korean Linux Users Outraged by "Linux" Trademark Claim
(16565 reads) (by Dwight Johnson) (Aug 28)
On August 20, 1999, several Korean businesses selling Linux-related products got an attorney's letter claiming they were violating a registered trademark.
The Retreat: The Loss of the Portability Battle
(6417 reads) (by Paul Ferris) (Aug 27)
"They've lost the hardware portability battle. That victory belongs to Linux."
InfoWorld: Top 10 items to memorize if you are planning to migrate to Windows 2000
(5942 reads) (by Nicholas Petreley) (Aug 24)
"What followed was one of the most embarrassing weeks Microsoft has ever suffered through."
My Computer Illiterate Brother Envies my Linux
(5525 reads) (by Dave Whitinger) (Aug 25)
"Andy is just about as computer illiterate as it gets."
PC Week: Is the Linux revolution over?
(5411 reads) (by Scott Berinato) (Aug 26)
"It appears Linus Torvalds has a handler, which must mean this whole Linux thing is mainstream so forget about the revolution and get back to work on your Windows desktops."

Most Actively Discussed Stories

60 second Linux commercial for the NFL Superbowl
(61 talkbacks posted) (Aug 27)
"I began to wonder about a commercial, one to begin the new year, to be the 'millinium' commercial that would vault Linux into the masses. I wondered if such a commercial could be produced, and how that commercial would be structured."
My Computer Illiterate Brother Envies my Linux
(44 talkbacks posted) (Aug 25)
"Andy is just about as computer illiterate as it gets."
PC Week: Windows 2000 to provoke domain game
(38 talkbacks posted) (Aug 28)
"Microsoft Corp. has implemented DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) in Windows 2000 in a way that makes it extremely difficult for administrators to integrate the operating system upgrade with Unix systems..."
PC Week: Is the Linux revolution over?
(32 talkbacks posted) (Aug 26)
"It appears Linus Torvalds has a handler, which must mean this whole Linux thing is mainstream so forget about the revolution and get back to work on your Windows desktops."
From the makers of Windows Refund Day, Burn All Gifs Day
(31 talkbacks posted) (Aug 29)
"On Burn All GIFs Day all GIF users will gather at Unisys and burn all their GIF files, freeing the web of this silly patent and this useless, litigious company once and for all. The Unisys/CompuServe GIF Controversy stops now."