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  • The Guardian: Beyond the Philosophy (Sep 15, 2004, 23:30)
    "As with a proprietary operating system, Linux administrators will need to debug interactions among free, commercial and in-house applications, and get all their software working with new hardware..."

  • CNET News: Microsoft Exec Takes Aim at Open Source (Sep 15, 2004, 21:00)
    "Microsoft has appointed a new executive to persuade business customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to choose its software over open-source alternatives..."

  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Microsoft Keeps Legal Options Against Free Office alternative (Sep 15, 2004, 18:15)
    "Microsoft Corp.'s settlement with Sun Microsystems Inc. includes a provision explicitly preserving the Redmond company's right to sue licensees of a free alternative to its dominant Microsoft Office software..." More response from Sun's SEC filing.

  • CIO: Mr. Gates Goes to Washington (Sep 15, 2004, 16:45)
    Subtitled "Microsoft's Agenda on Spam and Open Source," this article provides an in-depth analysis to the technology lobbyist world. A world dominated, sadly, by only one major player.

  • LinuxInsider: SCO's Woes: Too Late To Turn Back (Sep 15, 2004, 01:00)
    "The news is out: SCO is losing money. Fast. Considering that SCO has no revenue and lots of expenses, the news is not surprising..."