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IT Management Linux News for Mar 23, 2001

  • Yahoo: IBM clocks in with new Linux watch (Mar 23, 2001, 19:43)
    "IBM has created a second-generation Linux wristwatch, this one smaller than the original and sporting a gleaming golden display, but still just as impractical."

  • Motley Fool: Red Hat's Numbers Get a Boost (Mar 23, 2001, 19:28)
    "In addition to the acquisition, Red Hat beat estimates by cutting expenses. The company cut back its research & development expenditures, for example, potentially jeopardizing future growth. R is an investment that helps companies develop new technologies that maintain competitive advantage. This is particularly important in high-tech industries, where the rapid pace of technological change breeds product obsolescence."

  • Ottawa Citizen: Corel draws on MS deal to turn profit, software sales slump continues (Mar 23, 2001, 16:30)
    "Corel Corp. said yesterday that sales fell 26 per cent last quarter but it will still make a profit, thanks to an investment by former rival Microsoft."

  • Community Column: Let's Preinstall for the OEMs (Mar 23, 2001, 12:46)
    Cracking open the OEMs would seem to be a quick way to world domination, but the preinstalled Linux desktop is still a rarity. So reader Eugene Magnier has had an idea: rather than waiting for the OEMs to come to us, we should go to them, not with letters or exhortations, but ISO's.