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FOSS is creating quite a bit of news and interest in the IT world. This section covers the "buzz" around FOSS.


Migrating Unix Servers to Linux

Another "big win" for Linux and open source.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Links to Tens of Thousands of Legal Music Downloads

How to fight the RIAA and DMCA

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Linux Month

ibiblio.org celebrates 12 years of Linux.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Asian trio in deal to replace Windows

Three North Asian countries are closer to signing a deal to codevelop an open-source operating system to replace Microsoft Windows.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

IBM Makes Play for Linux Lead in New Ad Campaign

Linux hits the mainstream - TV ads!

  • Published: 2006-02-22

China: The Republic of Linux

China is accelerating its adoption of Linux and FOSS.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Motorola picks Linux for phone of the future

The intersection between FOSS, China and consumer electronics.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

The real cost of switching to Linux

Infoworld provides an in depth discussion of when it pays to switch to Linux.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Linux Set to Break Through in Consumer Electronics

Linux, the fast growing and freely available operating system, is set to be the software of choice for future televisions, set top boxes and DVD recorders.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Linux Access in State and Local Government, Part I

First in a series about FOSS in government--where it's happening, what it's used for, who's for it and who's against it.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Microsoft Windows: Insecure by Design

While I like to focus on why FOSS products are good, once in a while we need to remember why Microsoft (and most proprietary software) is so bad.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

Open Source on Rise in Government

The use of open-source software is alive and well and growing among U.S. Government agencies.

  • Published: 2006-02-22

The Quiet War Over Open-Source

Your tax dollars at work.

  • Published: 2006-02-22
 

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