"It's arguably the prettiest alternative to Microsoft Office,
with a clean interface in a soothing IBM blue. Oddly, the
once-biggest name in computing christened it Lotus Symphony, after
a spectacular and expensive failure that dates back to the days of
"But this new IBM Lotus Symphony seems poised for success. It is
the latest open-source freebie, with version 1.0 released at the
end of May. It includes a word processing module, a spreadsheet and
presentation graphics package..."
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