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WideOpenNews: Gold Mine a Bust? Pan for Linux!

Apr 06, 2000, 21:35 (0 Talkback[s])

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"What do you do when cash is short, your stock is down, and your gold mines have seen better days? Change your name to LinuxWizardry!"

"That's the investment strategy pursued by Flame Petro-Minerals, a Canadian mining company that owns a 50 percent stake in the Fish Creek Claims outside Fairbanks, Alaska."

"In February, the company acquired a Linux router company called LinuxWizardry, Inc.. On March 22, Flame Petro-Minerals changed its name to LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc. a shell corporation holding 100% of LinuxWizardry, Inc. shares. The same day, it began trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board, home of cheap "penny" stocks."

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