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Linux cheaper to run than Windows shock: The disappearing TCO study [The Inquirer]
Glaring flaws found, commissioned IBM fud?

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Microsoft nixes TV copy protection. The software maker pulls back from a controversial plan that would have encrypted TV shows recorded on forthcoming digital media PCs. [CNET]

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C.I.A. Warns That a U.S. Attack May Ignite Terror. A new C.I.A. assessment said Saddam Hussein, while now stopping short of an attack, could become “much less constrained” if faced with a U.S.-led force. By Alison Mitchell and Carl Hulse. [New York Times: Politics]

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Map showing Europe and EU expansion plansEU sets out eastward plans. The European Commission will announce a historic expansion to include 10 new member states and 75 million people by 2004. [BBC News | WORLD]


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It’s been five years since the co-founders of Groove started their thing. Ray Ozzie recalls the event. Worth reading. Ray also went so far as to publish the original founding document. I also recommend reading this document. [Craig Burton: logs, links, life, and lexicon]

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Port Lockout Hinders Microsoft Xbox. SEATTLE (AP) — Microsoft Corp. has been spending millions of dollars developing and fine-tuning video games, polling thousands of testers and choreographing the Nov. 15 launch of its Xbox Live online video game service. By The Associated Press. [New York Times: Technology]