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  1. What everybody ought to know about emergency computer kits
  2. Google to Challenge Microsoft With Computer Operating System
  3. Botnet 'ensnares government PCs'
  4. RIAA and BSA's Favorite Lawyers Taking Top Department of Justice Posts
  5. US FCC to mull free Internet plan at Dec. meeting
  6. Is open source killing developers’ ability to cash in?
  7. How Windows Can Save Itself: Three Things We Want to See in Windows 7
  8. Will open source work for nanotechnology?
  9. The Return of Tax-Free Shopping in New York?
  10. Why my email no work?
  11. A Skinny PC, Fat with Features
  12. Linux in the Mainstream: Why Does It Matter?
  13. Google Assails Microsoft Over Yahoo Deal
  14. Asus Eee Is a Tiny PC That Hits the Mark
  15. Open source under attack?
  16. Why XP must be saved
  17. AT&T and Other I.S.P.’s May Be Getting Ready to Filter
  18. Red Hat’s Mugshot
  19. Sun's T-2 (Niagara 2) servers launch to an enthusiastic reception
  20. Create a simple honeypot with Debian and Nepenthes
  21. SolutionBase: Configure a Samba server in Linux with SuSE's YaST
  22. Introducing Zimbra Collaboration Suite
  23. Is Linux Splitting into Two Factions?
  24. Ubuntu'd, you're getting a Dell
  25. Microsoft Will Help Deliver a "Better" Linux (Linspire announces deal with Microsoft)
  26. GPLv3 - Unforseen Consequences?
  27. SolutionBase: Stop spam on Linux e-mail servers with SpamAssassin
  28. Microsoft Would Lose Patent Rights Under New Linux License Terms
  29. Bash cookbook offers example scripts
  30. GPLv3's device-related language evolves
  31. $100 Linux gadget becomes student testing device
  32. Tiny SBC integrates biometrics, Linux
  33. Libuntarian - Ubuntu at the Library
  34. Open Letter to DELL
  35. Dell to Offer Ubuntu 7.04
  36. Freedom of Speech vs. The Right to Remain Silent
  37. Wi-Fi Waves Bouncing Everywhere
  38. Brin says Google compromised principles
  39. The Internet Freedom Coalition
  40. Sleazier Still
  41. Review: Trustix Secure Linux lives up to its name