A reader writes: "The British Medical Journal (BMJ) has an editorial on Linux and open source (BMJ 2000;321:976). Also available online." There's been a lot of attention about medical usage of open source software, but not for the typical free reasons, but because when lives are on the line, you want to be able to depend on software not to crash, and open source has a well-deserved reputation for stability.
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