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IT Management Linux News for Jan 23, 2001

  • NIC Unveils Upgraded Linux-Based Internet Appliance (2001-01-23 23:54:31)
    Priced at $199, the device offers Internet access and plug-and-play e-mail and boasts support for most popular printers, instant messaging, MP3 player enhancements and more games, among other things.

  • LinuxPlanet: Lou's Views: Zend Philosophy: Finding Another Way (2001-01-23 16:52:11)
    When Zend Technologies was looking for a way to monetize the open source PHP technology, it didn't look to scratch an itch or impose its own beliefs upon potential customers. Instead, Zend officials took the radical step of going out and talking to companies that might be customers for PHP-based products and asked them not just what they liked about PHP or wanted in a new release, but what was keeping them from using PHP. What they found was a blueprint for a new kind of open source business. Lou Grinzo interviews Jim Jagielski, U.S. CTO and PHP Evangelist of Zend.

  • Another firm files for class action against VA Linux [press release] (2001-01-23 14:08:10)
    "The Law Office of Leo W. Desmond today announced that securities actions requesting class action certification have been initiated in various courts alleging violations of federal and/or state securities laws on behalf of purchasers..."