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M2 Presswire: LinuxToday adds to editorial and technical team and announces broadcast of live radio

“internet.com Corporation (Nasdaq: INTM) today announced that
LinuxToday.com will be the official radio sponsor at ZD Events’
Linux Business Expo, held on November 15-19 in conjunction with
Comdex Fall in Las Vegas.”

LinuxToday.com will broadcast 36 hours of live streaming
radio produced by audio veteran Emmett Plant from a specially built
presentation theater on the show floor onto the Internet. All
keynotes will be broadcast live during the five-day event.

Over 200,000 attendees are expected to attend Comdex Fall. Live
coverage can be found on http://www.linuxtoday.com.”

“As part of its continuing expansion of coverage of Linux and
Open Source computing, internet.com has appointed Plant as editor
of LinuxToday.com’s audio broadcasting arm V.O.L.T. (The Voice Of
Linux Today) and named Paul Ferris as the site’s chief programmer.
Plant is known in the Linux community as the founder of Time City,
a popular open source game development project and his writings
have also appeared on Earthweb’s OpenSourceIT and Bleeding Edge
Magazine. Ferris brings over 11 years of Unix and Linux experience
to the team and is a frequent contributor to LinuxToday.com,
32BitsOnline, and writes the popular Linux column “Rant Mode.”


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