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Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 19:26:17 -0400
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April 27, 2004

As one of our valued Open magazine subscribers interested in learning 
more about Linux, we are pleased to send you the April issue of IBM's 
Linux magazine-on-the-Web, The Linux Line. Whether your focus is on how 
to capitalize on the capabilities of Linux software or on overall IT 
planning, The Linux Line, like Open, is a useful roadmap as Linux 
continues to take the IT world by storm.

In this month's issue: Stacey Quandt, principal analyst at Quandt 
Analytics, talks about her career covering the important trends for IT 
vendors and corporate users, and why she focused on Linux; Elliot King 
highlights what IT planners should know about life after Windows NT 4.0; a 
reborn Napster, in concert with IBM eServer BladeCenter and Linux, keeps 
music alive for University of Rochester students; and more.

You'll also read about how the University at Buffalo's Center of 
Excellence in Bioinformatics is tapping IBM technologies and Linux to make 
new strides in clustered supercomputing; what Charles Schwab discovered 
in a grid pilot leveraging Globus Toolkit for  Linux and xSeries 
systems; Novell's launch of an Open Source systems management project; and 

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We hope you enjoy your subscription to The Linux Line.

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