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Well Done Official Announcement: OpenOffice.org 2.0 Is Here
Untitled Ballmer eyes Linux, Google users for growth
And then MS brings out new licenses Microsoft slams open source licensing chaos
sales tell only a partial story Concurrent To Sell Open Source Products for Linux Applications
frist post!! BWAHAHAHAHAAAAA! Ballmer eyes Linux, Google users for growth
Schadenfreude Glitch afflicts critical MS patch (Security Update Broken)
Acess Denied Everybody's Guide to OpenDocument
I've heard of this before... New Ubuntu Release Works in a Crisis
Interesting Idea but to hard to practice LXer Feature: Browser security: why an insecure browse-only account doesn't work
is microsoft blind, or stubborn, or both? Berlind: Anatomy of a Deaf Monopolist
Wrong Definitions.. Why Ubuntu has gone big time so quickly
Not people, servers! Gervase Markham's Second Times Online Column Published
Untitled The War (II)
Not a believer, Tuxchick? FOSS: The Savior of Democracy
They used the f-word wrongly Microsoft: Africa doesn't need free software
A bit crass. Microsoft: Africa doesn't need free software
Very Timely Three reasons why Internet-based applications are a bad idea
yay DVD Jon! Meet the 21-yr-old Norwegian who defied Hollywood
This is a bit vague about the details of the competition The 2005 Golden Penguin Greater China Open Source Software Competition A Resounding Success
Hit the nail on the head. FOSS: The Savior of Democracy

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