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From: m...@retriever.qc (mito)
Subject: PC Week says no Netscape 3.0 or Java for Linux!!!
Date: 1996/10/24
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This guy at PC Week who calls himself "Vice-President of Technology"
says that Linux doesn't yet have Netscape 3.0 or support for Java!!

What incompetent journalism that is. Unacceptable! 

His name is Bill Machrone and email: bill_machr...@zd.com

(his boss' email: pcw_onl...@zd.com)  

URL of the article: http://www.pcweek.com/opinion/1021/21mach.html

Fellow Linuxers, you know what to do...

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