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HOT {stock_r} !!! - THIS ONE IS STILL CLIMBING THE STOCK CHARTS !!!!
ALERT -- BREAKING MARKET NEWS REPORT !!! ---- HBID.PK

Here is my {fav_r} {pick_r} for the second half of 2006: HBID!!!

Company Name: HOT BRANDS INC (HBID)

[discuss] It's not just Linux: Open Source has arrived

Sep. 05, 2006
Open-source true believers have been saying forever that open source is the
way to develop software. It turns out they've convinced most
programmers that they're right. According to a newly released IDC
study, open source isn't just hype; it's now the way most developers
make software.

[discuss] Petitions To Sign

I'm just wondering whether it's a useful idea to have a "Petitions to
Sign" block of content on the site?

There are, on occasion useful petitions circulating in Canada that
support CLUEful activities and ideas. I, for one, am usually unaware

[discuss] Linux, internet access, Education Ministers meddling?!

I am alarmed by what is now being done, not just in Ontario, but
across the country by so-called "Education Ministers"!

http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Layout/Article_Type1&c=Article&cid=1157321706760&call_pageid=968350072197&col=969048863851

[discuss] Flossing

Hi everyone,I'm a IT person working for a school board.We have had Linux installed a couple of years ago on 3 Secondary school servers and about 4 elementary servers plus the board office.  They worked very well and even allowed for more features that helped out some teachers etc. 

[discuss] The volunteers list

You may not be aware we have a volunteers mailing list cum forum.
Hopefully everyone will subscribe or use the forum. We hope that through
this list, members will get involved with the various events, tasks et

[discuss] discuss Digest, Vol 18, Issue 36

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> Monty, although you're undoubtedly right. It's pointless to
> speculate, otherwise we end up sounding like we're snipeing. What we
> need is professional, unbiased research done to prove, thereby

[discuss] FOSS Workshop for Educators

Just wanted to call attention to a workshop being conducted at this years FSOSS:

Open Source Workshop for Educators
John Selmys, Professor, Seneca College

http://cs.senecac.on.ca/fsoss/2006/workshop.html

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