ShowMeLinux January Issue AvailableJan 02, 2001, 18:49 (0 Talkback[s])
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This month, Derek Jamensky explores recent trends for some countries in Europe and Asia, as they boycott MS, and start to look at open-source media such as Linux as an alternative. Find out why they have chosen to do this, and what this could mean for the future of Linux.
Also, Micheal Omand takes a look at the past, present and future of women in the IT field. This article will prove to conflict with some opinions, but we thought it would be beneficial and informative for the public to examine the facts for themselves.
Next a few Linux enthusiast debate have fare should the Idea of open source be taken? Hear what these readers had to say about the issue of free training materials for Linux, and decide for yourself if this is just, or even possible.
ShowMeLinux's '@ a Glance' offers you up to the minute Linux related news to keep you informed of the ever-growing developments in the ever-expanding Linux community.
In this months 'Support Line' Linux Free Support answers some of your question regarding administration, applications, installation, and networking.
Also, find out what one of our righters though about Crystal Space, A free (LGPL) and portable 3D engine written in C++. And discover who ShowMeLinux chose as their site of the month for January.
These are just a few of the topic we cover in this month's issue of ShowMeLinux. News, events, site reviews, editorials, and more articles await you at www.showmelinux.com.
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