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    //quote 1. Microsoft learning from Linux While Microsoft executives publicly vacillate between declaring Linux either the most hyped operating system or the
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      1. Microsoft learning from Linux

      While Microsoft executives publicly vacillate
      between declaring Linux either the most hyped
      operating system or the biggest threat to Windows,
      in reality, the company has learned some powerful
      lessons from its open-source competitors. In fact,
      in an unprecedented move, during the past six
      months, Microsoft has made available to "hundreds"
      of its larger customers copies of its closely guarded
      Windows source code, said Doug Miller, group
      product manager with Microsoft's Windows .Net
      server marketing group.
      February 1, 2001, 6:05 a.m. PT
      http://two.digital.cnet.com/cgi-bin2/flo?y=eBTq02Hls0U0aJ6q

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