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First Impressions: Symphony, Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon

Sep 27, 2007, 21:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matthew Newton)

"Once upon a time in the 20th century, so long ago that folks weren't even using Windows in large numbers yet, there was an office suite called Symphony from a software company named Lotus. Symphony didn't catch on, and IBM eventually gobbled up Lotus.

"But recently, in case you missed the news, IBM plucked the Lotus Symphony name out of the dustbin of tech history and slapped it on an OpenOffice.org variant. I'm using the new Symphony to write this column..."

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