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Linux News for Jan 01, 2003

  • DesktopLinux.com: Desktop Linux Application Tips (2003-01-01 23:00:17)
    "[Walt] Pennington covers some essential areas for users getting started downloading Linux, creating .pdf files, disabling pop-up ads, and tips for secure online transactions in this article..."

  • ExtremeTech: Slim New Browser Delivers Power And Features (2003-01-01 21:00:06)
    "So what happens when you realize that you don't need a Franken-Browser? In Linux it's pretty easy, you can simply use Galeon... In Windows it's less clear what the slim browser of choice should be. Kmeleon is certainly a valid choice for Windows and now there's a new kid on the block: Phoenix..."

  • Ha'aretz: The IDF is Thinking of Closing its Windows (2003-01-01 19:00:06)
    "...the [Israel Defense Forces] is beginning to give serious consideration to transferring its data to Linux servers, and managing it there by means of software based on an open source code.

  • townhall.com: Copyright Extremists Shouldn't Control Information (2003-01-01 17:00:44)
    Copyright abuse and the DCMA is challenged by... Phyllis Schlafly? Welcome to a parallel universe... "A teenager is on trial in Norway for figuring out a novel way to play DVD movie discs on his personal computer. He should be commended for his ingenuity, not punished..."

  • Linux Today's Hall of Fame: Top 10 Stories of 2002 (2003-01-01 00:00:01)
    Ten stories, 380,728 reads. Find out what readers chose as their most important stories of this year!