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Creating Software Gems

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Food gets eaten. Machines wear out. Software lasts forever.

Boundaries of Ambiguity

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A subtle transformation took place in the season premiere of The Sopranos last week.

Leave Us the Grunt Work

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Feeling pain? Call an outsourcer for fast relief.

Javas Still Brewing Briskly

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Go to any coders' convocation and the textbooks table is guaranteed to have a crowd

Napsters Nine Lives

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While observers were quick to predict the demise of Napster after last week's preliminary injunction, the terms could have been a lot worse for the music swapping service.

George Paolini

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Vice President of Technology Advocacy and Community Development, Sun Microsystems

Microsofts New Challenge

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Netdocs, upgrade inertia pose Office dilemma

Marketplace Splitsville

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Ariba and i2 technologies seem set upon ending their marketplace software alliance with a pair of acquisitions that are aimed at attacking one another's markets.

Looking Before They Leap

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IT taking a wait-and-see stance on Jxta And .Net

Napster Bars User Access

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Napster users over the weekend may have found themselves unable to trade music, as the service began blocking access to thousands of copyrighted songs.

Chuck the Evidence!

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Disposable cell phones come to market.

Flash Unleashes Multimedia

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Developers get green light for Pocket PC apps

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