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More Than 500,000 High Tech Jobs Lost in 2002 Posted by Cliff on Wednesday November 19, @06:45PM from the and-that's-the-good-news dept. stoolpigeon writes: "A study, released today by the AeA, shows that the U.S. high-tech industry lost 540,000 jobs in 2002, dropping from 6.5 million to 6.0 million. However, a preliminary look at data for 2003 shows that the decline in high-tech employment has slowed considerably this year."
The Riches of Open Source Posted by michael on Wednesday November 19, @03:08PM from the filthy-lucre dept. Daniel Dvorkin writes "This BusinessWeek article argues convincingly that Linus Torvalds has more resources at his disposal than Bill Gates. Not only is it a nice overview of Why Open Source Really Matters pitched to a non-technical audience, but it makes a solid argument in favor of OSS in general and Linux in particular, from a solidly capitalist perspective."
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