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Office Software Shootout is an article/post on Linux.com that compares the latest versions of OpenOffice.org Writer (2.3) and MS Office Word (2007) across several categories. The result? Each program has strengths and weaknesses, but the reviewer concludes that OpenOffice.org comes … Continue reading
This article from Linux.com is a great overview of what it takes to run a digitization project with fragile material and across great distance, as the Library of Congress and Archive.org work together on a project to preserve some of … Continue reading
Libraries facilitate open access to information with open source software is an interesting article posted on Linux.com. I have opened my Open Source Software and Libraries with the same observation that the open source movement and libraries share many of … Continue reading
There’s a great article about the Georgia Public Library Service‘s Evergreen project on Linux.com. Well worth reading. from NewsForge