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Open Source in Business

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There’s a new blog on the block. Clinton Goveas' Open Source 4 Business just launched. He registered an account with our Textad Exchange, I checked it out, and it looks good. Today’s entries include GIMP use in movies, Windows vs Linux TCO, and business software’s impact on Linux. I’m looking forward to seeing how this blog shapes up.

November 16, 2002 9:11 AM

Curious. This redirects to some lycos page that freezes up. Wish I could get there, I'm real intereseted in the concept of open source in business...

Trackback from Thinking Out Loud: Thought Leadership from an Enterprise Architect
October 15, 2004 4:52 AM

Enterprise Open Source Reference Architecture

Excerpt: Enterprise architects should seriously consider including open source product offerings in their reference architecture stack. I have included a model in this blog entry that will help get you started....

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