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To: David A. Lethe who wrote (445)2/23/1998 8:23:00 AM
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Lotus rides Java wave with eSuite Work Place
Orlando, Fla. -- Lotus Development Corp. has a Trojan Horse. The high-flying software subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp. last month announced it had started shipping a new set of integrated business applications designed to run under the popular Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Java. These applications could, in many cases, supplant Microsoft Corp.'s well-entrenched Office 97 suite.
paddle4.canoe.ca 

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To: A. Reader who wrote (442)2/23/1998 8:31:00 AM
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Caldera OpenLinux 1.2 Provides Linux-based Solutions for Business Use
OREM, Utah, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Caldera(R) Inc. today began shipping
OpenLinux(R) Standard 1.2 and OpenLinux Base 1.2, the successors to Caldera's
business oriented, professionally supported, Linux(R)-based operating system
and network management software products. The OpenLinux product line builds a
corporate infrastructure around Linux by adding industry partnerships,
education services, maintenance programs and professional technical support
contracts and services.
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To: A. Reader who wrote (438)2/23/1998 8:33:00 AM
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Caldera OpenLinux Base lets you add other productivity tools to make your work easier. For example, WordPerfect and
CorelDraw, ADABAS D, and Wabi are all available in native Caldera Linux versions. Wabi, lets you run the most popular
Windows 3.1 applications on your OpenLinux system.
caldera.com 

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To: A. Reader who wrote (448)2/23/1998 5:03:00 PM
From: Leo Mitkievicz
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Wechsler Harwood Halebian & Feffer - SUIT FILED
R.S Blum posted the release on the main thread here:

exchange2000.com 

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To: Leo Mitkievicz who wrote (449)2/23/1998 6:10:00 PM
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Hi Leo,
Story from THE OTTWA SUN ( Reuters )
Corel hit with U.S. shareholder lawsuit
canoe.com 
Cowpland told Reuters he had no knowledge of the suit. "That's news to me, so I guess we'll have to examine that when we get more details," he said in a telephone interview.

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To: A. Reader who wrote (450)2/23/1998 6:53:00 PM
From: Leo Mitkievicz
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Kurt

Do you know how to find a more permanent link to Reuters articles?

Leo

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To: Leo Mitkievicz who wrote (451)2/23/1998 10:50:00 PM
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Hi Leo,
<Do you know how to find a more permanent link to Reuters articles?>
No. Sorry Leo.
Try here:
Trib.com is reworking our service in this area at the request of the Associated Press. Until this is completed we are offering these links to other wire services.
www1.trib.com 
( Leo links from here to Reuters mostly send you to Yahoo!)
Kurt

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To: A. Reader who wrote (452)2/23/1998 11:10:00 PM
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Prospects For Corel Turnaround Bleak
The bright spot in this cheery article is:
...Facing an uphill battle in the hardware market, Corel is
also looking to its graphics software to help the
bottom line. It's a strategy that stands a better chance.

"They've got people who are used to buying Corel
Draw, people who are used to buying WordPerfect,
and who really don't want to go out and learn anything
else," says Chris LeTocq, a senior analyst with
Gartner Group Dataquest, in San Jose, Calif.
techweb.com:80 

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To: A. Reader who wrote (452)2/23/1998 11:15:00 PM
From: Leo Mitkievicz
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Thanks Kurt.

I'll make room on the hard drive. (again)

Leo

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To: Leo Mitkievicz who wrote (454)2/23/1998 11:19:00 PM
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Corel, Oracle, Digital, Intersolv, Financial Relations Board and Major Teleconferencing
Companies Using Contigo's Data Conferencing Technology for a Variety of Markets and
Applications


Corel Corporation will be creating a link from their Web site (www.corel.com) to Contigo's Internet
Conference Center that targets users of Corel(R) WordPerfect(R) Suite by supporting Corel(R)
Presentations(TM). The Conference Center will be of particular interest to Corel's vertical markets
including government, legal and medical. The site will be hosted on Contigo's ATM-based network
and will be promoted to Corel users and prospective customers. "The Contigo technology offers a
significant advantage to customers that currently use Corel Presentations 8," said John Bodine,
product marketing manager for Corel WordPerfect Suite. "Offering the ability to deliver
presentations over the Internet will greatly enhance the quality and the effectiveness of individual and
group communications."
my.excite.com:80 

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