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Neil McAllister
Longtime InfoWorld contributor Neil McAllister is a freelancer writer covering software, systems, and application development from San Francisco.

Community development breathes new life into old gadgets

Does open source matter?

The new scourge of open source?

A slim market for certified open source?

Plugging in to voice apps

Customers don’t have to hate interactive voice apps

Itanium stakes its future on openness

VMware offers no-cost server virtualization

Don't get too excited about Windows source code

Stallman vs. DRM

Getting a grip on mixed Linux, Windows administration

Homeland Security moves to strengthen open source software

Wind River sees a Linux future for devices

End-to-end identity management suites still coming together

The Nokia 770: A Linux-based ugly duckling

What will 2006 hold for open source?

Will Linux take the lead in server virtualization?

Firefox 1.5 turns up the heat in the browser market

Firefox 1.5 browser debuts

CA, Oracle renew identity suites

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