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Love Your Enemy

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Ian Clarke irks content owners - can he sell them on P2P?

Microsoft Adds Subscription Licensing

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In what it's characterizing as a first move toward offering customers the ability to license software as a service, Microsoft Corp. last week added a subscription licensing capability to its stable of volume licensing options.

Authoring Made Easier

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Ektron Inc. has released a new version of its Web content and authoring tool, eWebEditPro 2.0.

Open Options

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The open source success stories, such as Apache and Linux, are well-known, but the tale doesn't necessarily end there.

Visual Basic on the Decline?

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The 3 million programmers using Microsoft's Visual Basic language make up one of the largest and most cohesive developer communities in existence, but some of them now are up for grabs.

Finding Profit in Partnership

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How to succeed while giving it away

Ulterior Motives

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What drives programmers to contribute to open source?

Hacker Challenges Are an Extremely Poor Testing Technique

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I've said it before, and I'll undoubtedly say it again: The foundation of strong application and operating-system security is testing, testing and more testing.

Router Revival

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Ciena hopes to focus optics for profit

New Business Model: Primix

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After targeting the software market, Primix has pegged its Internet-services hopes on a vertical-market strategy.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 14, 2001

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Novell plans to give its eDirectory technology away for free. CEO Eric Schmidt said developers, hardware makers and software companies could make use of eDirectory.

Tough Times Call for Creativity

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Good ideas and chutzpah go a long way in the game of survival.

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