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October 13, 2002

Apparently, our readers need caffeinated soap

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The recent fascination with Linux and Open Source in general that has seized the New York Times continues with a profile of Slashdot, which recently turned 5, and has an audience of around 2 million.

Next week: Front-page profile of Larry Wall and Guido van Rossum with their new Parrot programming language?

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Publishing without paper is cheap and cheap is good, said Richard Seltzer

Posted by: paul at Oct 14, 2002 1:41:17 AM