LinuxNews.com: Web Site LaundersJul 18, 2000, 22:22 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Employees of North Carolina-based BLAST Inc. have launched SiliconPenguin.com to keep users on top of the embedded Linux market."
"SiliconPenguin.com is dedicated to gathering and presenting the most comprehensive index of information on embedded Linux. OEM's, developers and Linux enthusiasts will be able to easily locate information on the companies, projects, hardware and software that influence the embedded Linux marketplace," BLAST president Steve Rogers said at the site's launch...."
"According to SiliconPenguin.com's creators, "Over the years we have been involved with Linux, we have all been frustrated by the sheer volume of Linux information on the Web that is either obsolete, utterly irrelevant or both. Therefore, unlike many other index sites, we do not employ spiders or other web indexing tools to generate links. There are already enough search engines to find the spooge."
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