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License Incompatibility  *Sunday April 27, 2008 @12:21AM 1 2, Insightful
   attached to Competition In the Free Textbook Market
OSLO's OLS  *Friday August 29, 2003 @11:21AM  1
   attached to MIT Everyware
Relationship with OpenContent?  *Wednesday January 29, 2003 @06:11PM  2, Interesting
   attached to P2P Content Delivery for Open Source
FLE3  *Saturday March 16, 2002 @12:41PM  1
   attached to On-line Learning Tools?
Open Content?  *Thursday January 31, 2002 @11:32AM 1 1
   attached to New Scientist Tries Out Copyleft
Go both print and online...  *Wednesday January 23, 2002 @05:48PM 1 4, Informative
   attached to Tackling Open-Source Book Projects?
EduCommons  *Friday May 18, 2001 @04:35AM  2
   attached to EFF Seeks Examples Of Legit P2P Use
GNUPedia == Nupedia?  *Tuesday January 16, 2001 @09:21PM  3
   attached to GNUPedia Project Starting
Resources at OpenContent  *Wednesday November 29, 2000 @08:10AM  1
   attached to Finding Educational Materials for a Linux Class?
MicroSoft pays no federal tax  *Monday October 16, 2000 @08:12AM  1
   attached to Ask the Presidential Candidates
Japanese CD prices  *Thursday May 11, 2000 @04:52AM  1
   attached to FTC Settles With Big CD Makers-Cheaper CDs Coming?
Bring on .sex!  *Friday April 21, 2000 @11:51AM  2
   attached to NSI Wants .banc and .shop
New Open Publication License  *Sunday January 23, 2000 @04:34PM  1
   attached to GPL for Books?
I never metadata I didn't like...  *Tuesday December 14, 1999 @09:48AM  1
   attached to Is the Internet Becoming Unsearchable?
Quick Summary  *Tuesday September 28, 1999 @12:25PM  3
   attached to Transmeta Awarded Another Patent
OpenContent??  *Saturday September 04, 1999 @06:57AM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: A GPL-like Copyright Tagline for Text?

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