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	<A HREF="mailto:michael@@slashdot.org">michael</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @11:49PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the improbability-drive-coming-soon dept.</B></FONT><BR
><A HREF="http://www.esatclear.ie/~dbolger">dbolger</A> writes: <i>"<A HREF="http://www.cnn.com/">CNN</A> has a <A HREF="http://www.cnn.com/2002/TECH/space/01/10/antimatter.research/index.html">story</A> about how scientists at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama are researching ways to use antimatter to fuel missions to Mars and beyond within the next 50 years. It very light on technical details, but does give an interesting look at current and future potential uses of antimatter."</i><P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B>Bridging the Digital Divide with Linux</B></FONT></TD>
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	<A HREF="mailto:michael@@slashdot.org">michael</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @08:38PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the linux-corps-of-engineers dept.</B></FONT><BR
><A HREF="http://www.pawlo.com/">mpawlo</A> writes: <i>"I think you would be interested in a story on Advogato submitted today, discussing the digital divide and the role of Linux:  "With respect to locating parts with lowered cost on software. There is one candidate the would evenly fit the requirement. As of this writing, there are several OS out there having those properties, but there is only one having a large developer base and community scattered around the globe that can act as support contacts. The name is called GNU/Linux. ... Bridging the Digital Divide requires an enormous amount of work for the techonology sector. A huge responsibility is placed on those who wish to take up the  challenge. Current technologies in software, specifically, the Linux OS is a good candidate to play the role."  <A HREF="http://www.advogato.org/article/411.html">Read the entire story</A>."</i><P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B><A HREF="//slashdot.org/apache/"><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Apache</FONT></A>: Apache 2.0 vs. IIS</B></FONT></TD>
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	<A HREF="mailto:michael@@slashdot.org">michael</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @05:54PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the no-holds-barred dept.</B></FONT><BR
><A HREF="mailto:tg014a0001@blueyonder.co.uk">TonyG</A> writes: <i>"According to an <A HREF="http://www.internetnews.com/dev-news/article/0,,10_952841,00.html">item on InternetNews</A>, the impending release of Apache 2.0 could very well mean the demise of IIS. Interestingly, the article asserts that Microsoft have already given up on IIS, the proof being its absence in XP Home and its non-standard presence in XP Pro. Apache.Net? Sounds catchy..."</i>  That's a silly argument by the internetnews.com writer - IIS isn't in the Home edition because Microsoft wants to charge more for "server" operating systems, not because they're "admitting defeat".  But it's a decent look at the upcoming Apache 2.0.<P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B>Korea Replacing 120,000 Windows with Linux</B></FONT></TD>
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	ALT="Linux Business"></A><B>Posted by
	<A HREF="http://www.sweeet.com">HeUnique</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @03:50PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the windows->-Linux dept.</B></FONT><BR
>The Korean government has just signed a contract with <a href="http://www.hancom.com">Hancom</a> to purchase 120,000 copies of HancomLinux Deluxe 2.0 (which is basically Red Hat OS + tweaks + korean language support + KDE localized) and HancomOffice 2.0. Thats quite a big achievement. Here is Hancom's <a href=http://www.hancom.com/en/news/press02_0111.html>Press Release</a> about it.<P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B><A HREF="//slashdot.org/developers/"><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Developers</FONT></A>: Borland Kylix/JBuilder License Reviewed</B></FONT></TD>
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	<A HREF="mailto:michael@@slashdot.org">michael</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @02:41PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the firstborn-son dept.</B></FONT><BR
><A HREF="http://www.debian.org">DJFelix</A> writes: <i>"I'm probably the billionth person to submit this story, but T.J. Duchene has posted a <A HREF="http://freshmeat.net/articles/view/369/">horrifying review</A> of <A HREF="http://www.borland.com/">Borland</A>'s license for Kylix and JBuilder 5.  The license requires giving Borland the right to enter your property, search your systems and records for license compliance.  The license also requires the waiving of a jury trial by all parties for all suits including class action suits.  This type of gestapo licensing will not be accepted by even the most hardcore anti open-source companies.  Send an e-mail to <A HREF="mailto:pr@borland.com">pr@borland.com</A> to voice your concern."</i><P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B>Complete PC instead of a Car Stereo</B></FONT></TD>
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	<A HREF="http://cmdrtaco.net/">CmdrTaco</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @01:35PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the now-that-looks-cool dept.</B></FONT><BR
>An anonymous reader submitted linked to a PC that <A href=http://www.smartvehiclepc.com>fits in your
car stereo</A> slot.  It's a bit spendy at $1k, but its got CD/DVD, PCMCIA, USB,
Keyboard, Mic, Headphones, VGA, more.  And besides being
powered by your car, it also has built in GPS.  Lots of interesting
hacking ideas here for people who prefer to spend more time in their
cars then me ;)<P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B>X-Box Emulated</B></FONT></TD>
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	ALT="Microsoft"></A><B>Posted by
	<A HREF="http://cmdrtaco.net/">CmdrTaco</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @12:26PM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the surprised-it-took-this-long dept.</B></FONT><BR
>evilpaul13 submitted linkage to news about an <A HREF="http://www.linarsoftware.de.vu/">X-Box
Emulator</A>.  It requires a pretty high end video card and a DVD
player, and doesn't yet support joysticks, but it does emulate 3 of
the X-Box games (which is what, half the games available for the
system yet? :)  Todays PS2 Addiction: Tony Hawk 3.  But I still am
tempted to get an MSX-Box if only to handle my DOA addiction.<b> UPDATE by HeUnique:</b>Is this emulator a fake? according to these <a href=http://www.siliconice.net/cgi-bin/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?s=3c4079382cb8ffff;act=ST;f=3;t=247>messages</a> 
in the <a href=http://www.xboxhacker.net/index.asp>XBox Hacker</a> web site - this is a fake one. Could someone actually try it?<P><B>(</B>
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	FACE="arial,helvetica" SIZE="4" COLOR="#FFFFFF"><B>Free The TA Source Code</B></FONT></TD>
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	ALT="Games"></A><B>Posted by
	<A HREF="http://hemos.net/">Hemos</A>
	on Saturday January 12, @11:16AM</B><BR>
	<FONT SIZE="2"><B>from the like-willy dept.</B></FONT><BR
><A HREF="http://jefele at hotmail">JFL</A> writes <i>" A <A HREF="http://pub83.ezboard.com/ftateamforeverfrm6">petition</A> to request that the Total Annihilation source code's current owner, Infogrames, release the code into the public domain is currently in full swing over at the French site <A HREF="http://www.planetannihilation.com/taforever/">TA Forever</A>.  
"</i>  I recently picked up TA again, and played around with it - while the graphics are looking a bit dated, the design for the system is great - a very extensible design system, and one that you could build some interesting environments on top of.  The use of height is something that was, and to a certain extent, still far ahead of other RTS<sup><a href="http://www.everything2.com/?node=RTS">?</a></sup> games.<P><B>(</B>
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><A HREF="mailto:digitaljc@hotmail.com">Jonathan Campbell</A> writes: <i>"According to the <A HREF="http://www.nydailynews.com/2002-01-05/News_and_Views/Media_and_Business/a-137241.asp">article</A>, subscribers will get over the sticker shock preferring convenience over price."</i>  Yay, it'll be so convenient having one company control my television, internet access and phone service.  I can hardly wait.<P><B>(</B>
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