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Jun 13, 2000, 18:42 (0 Talkback[s])
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"As the barbecue was being devoured at its May launch party, Oakland, Calif.-based Open Source upstart dLoo said it's cooking up Internet software accessibility for nearly as many platforms as a pig has ribs."

"dLoo will be contributing BlueBox, a hyperlink app browser, to [different] projects. Based on key innovations from the KDE and GNOME communities, BlueBox allows users to customize program interfaces and run Open Source programs in GNOME, KDE, Windows, the Macintosh, and the Palm," said dLoo CEO Nile Geisinger."

"Geisinger launched dLoo last month and previously has worked for the likes of Ricoh's Advanced Development Center and Timedance. Geisinger, who has degrees in Computer Science and Philosophy from the University of California said he is passionate about the Open Source movement and fusing its technology with dLoo."

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