Linux vendor Red Hat is sending six lucky computer geeks to a beach house for a week, and is broadcasting the whole thing on the Internet.
By Matthew Broersma
| April 14, 1999 -- 06:41 GMT (23:41 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
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