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Riding on the open-source wagon

In a market overflowing with Internet-enabled applications, vendors increasingly are counting on the magic words "open source" to attract venture capitalist, partner, and customer interest. But are software vendors using open source merely as a way to stand out from the crowd?
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In a market overflowing with Internet-enabled applications, vendors increasingly are counting on the magic words "open source" to attract venture capitalist, partner, and customer interest. But are software vendors using open source merely as a way to stand out from the crowd? Full story. -- Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet News

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