Linux Journal Contents #63, July 1999

Linux Journal Issue #63/July 1999






  • Focus on Software  by David A. Bandel
  • Linux Means Business   Linux and E-Commerce  by Yermo Lamers
    Linux and E-Commerce The experience of one company selling Windows software using Linux to build a reliable e-commerce solution.
  • At the Forge   Personalizing “New” Labels  by Reuven M. Lerner
    Personalizing “New” Labels How to let the site visitor know which documents he hasn't seen.
  • Guest Editorial   The Point Really is Free Beer  by Eric Hughes
    The Point Really is Free Beer The average Joe wants something for nothing, and Mr. Hughes wants to give it to him.


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