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||To:||"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>||Subject:|| The Linux Line Vol IV No 2 extra
||Date:|| Wed, 18 Feb 2004 03:20:19 -0500
February 17, 2004
Dear MIKE SNIER
As one of our valued Open magazine subscribers interested in expanding
Linux learning, we are pleased to send you the February issue of IBM's
Linux magazine-on-the-Web, The Linux Line. Whether you're interested in
tutorials on how to capitalize on the capabilities of Linux software or
seeking IT assessments, The Linux Line, like Open, is a useful roadmap
for following Linux as it continues taking the IT world by storm.
In this month's issue: Irving Wladawsky-Berger, IBM Vice President of
Technology and Strategy, tells The Linux Line what he sees as the next
big changes on the IT horizon and their impact on the way we do
business; Ross Mauri, General Manager, IBM e-Business on Demand, proves that
penguins can fly in excerpts from his LinuxWorld keynote about Linux
advancements; and Novell completes its SUSE LINUX acquisition.
You'll also read about QUALCOMM's choice of Linux and IBM as support
for wireless services; IBM's multi-million dollar contract with
Australian insurance providers for the Linux Virtual Service offering; the art
of writing Linux utilities; fun with MP3 and Perl; what attracts Linux
customers to POWER systems; Stonesoft's firewall solution for Linux on
IBM eServer iSeries; and more.
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