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Not a shortage of skilled Linux techs Critical Shortage of Linux Talent Slowing Adoption
But it doesn't perfectly open all our old Word documents Migrating to OpenOffice.org 90 per cent cheaper than to Microsoft Office 12
I sometimes wish Telstra would wake up and smell the herring Optus@home makes final network move to Linux
Wilbur coming of age? A first look at GIMP 2.4
When Billy boy grows enough cojones to ride a Soyuz... Microsoft funds African PCs amid open source debate
You go, Linus... Linus Torvalds Outburst Sparks Fierce Debate: Does Open Source ...
No choice is the easy path Comment of the Day
MS Invitation: Pirate as much as you want! Microsoft CEO makes free-software pledge
Typical Redmond "innovation" Is Microsoft Running Scared of OpenDocument?
Got a blister and learned how to smile a lot Community converges on Ohio LinuxFest
Disappointing, but then it could be expected. Fleury: JBoss' Model Is 'Here to Stay'
Great work amaroK LiveCD: There's a party in the CD
busted Foxnews: You may have lost Linux users as an audience
This is the the grist for mainstream America. Antivirus protection: Why it’s a big deal
You tiny fool! I want my DVD, your honor
Wow, at least 12 year old anti-virus software Antivirus protection: Why it’s a big deal
Great, Dean. I want my DVD, your honor
Stories like these Web cafes gripe on computer software
It takes some work, but an XboX makes a dandy thin client New uses for old Xboxes
Hey guys you're starting to be like Slashdot Did Microsoft send the wrong guy to Massachusetts' ODF hearing?

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