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In America, through pressure of conformity, there is freedom of choice, but nothing to choose from.
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What Has Microsoft Done for Mass Lately? | Newsforge (Sep 2005)
Hiser Comments on MassGov ETRM (Sep 2005)
Storming the Microsoft EdificeO'Reilly.Net (Oct 2004)
Firefox & OpenOffice on Windows LinuxWorld Mag (Sep 2004)
Open Source's Local HeroesThe Economist (Dec 2003)
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Sam Hiser helps organizations understand and adopt open standards and Open Source & Free Software as a consultant with Hiser+Adelstein in New York. He is co-author of Exploring the JDS Linux Desktop (O'Reilly) and contributed the OpenOffice section to the fifth edition of the O'Reilly classic, Running Linux, by Kalle Dalheimer et al. Sometimes he takes pictures and keeps a football blog.