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With open arms

Hub firms embrace software that rivals Windows system

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / April 7, 2004

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Open source software is flowering this spring in Greater Boston. Companies are distributing, writing programs for, investing in, and profiting from, the free computer software that is emerging as an alternative to proprietary systems like Microsoft Windows. (Full Article: 1092 Words)

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