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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 22, 2004

  • NewsForge: When Not to Use a Word Processor (2004-12-22 23:30:36)
    "If a word processing program is all you've ever had or used for your projects, you may have a tendency to use it for every writing job that you have, even if it is more difficult or inconvenient to do so..."

  • LWN: FSF Europe on Microsoft Ruling (2004-12-22 17:30:23)
    "'Those who value freedom and competition have received two nice Christmas gifts this week. First, new EU member Poland does not allow the introduction of innovation- and job-killer software patents through the diplomatic back-door..."

  • WebProNews: Using Open Source Software To Compete With The "Big Guys" (2004-12-22 13:00:08)
    "...[H]ow does the new guy keep up with such large promotional software budget wielding companies already entrenched in the market? Enter our superhero, the open source software community..."

  • TUX: Quick Do-It-Yourself Greeting Cards (2004-12-22 08:30:32)
    "Late, budget conscious, and in a panic to get those Christmas cards out? Read Michael Stibbs' article and you can take care of all those cards in just a few minutes without spending a penny..."

  • NewsForge: Quick and Easy Slide Shows for the Web (2004-12-22 07:00:56)
    "Putting your PowerPoint or OpenOffice.org Impress slide show on the Web provides many benefits for your audience and your company..."

  • Linux Tech: Building Linux Monitoring Portals with Open Source (2004-12-22 06:15:49)
    "Faced with an increasing number of deployed Linux servers and no budget for commercial monitoring tools, our company looked into open-source solutions for gathering performance and security information from our Unix environment..."

  • PC World: Getting Better All the Time (2004-12-22 04:30:02)
    "Our Free Software guru looks at new software for his Gnome desktop--some of which he can run, some of which he can't..."

  • Technetra: Don't Feed Their Cash Cow! (2004-12-22 01:45:18)
    "'Price-slashing' by monopolistic proprietary software companies masks the high costs customers still unwittingly pay..."

  • Tonight Live: The Linux Show Signs Off (2004-12-22 01:00:59)
    "Please be sure to join us for our final show tonight, December 21st..."