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David Nunez
David Nunez
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Hello and Welcome to anyone visiting from the the TCRC conference!!

In response to the anonymous email I received... It seems that The Potato Powered Web Server I mentioned during my talk was inspired by a hoax... so its authenticity is called into question.  NEVERTHELESS: I'm still a believer (of course I WANT to know that the geeks out there will do this type of stuff!)

However, here is the pointer to help you to decide for yourself: d116

As promised, here are my slides for today's panel.

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The last slide notes contain about 20 links for ideas regarding non-profit and open source.

Thank you CATF folks for listening and Adina, JohnF, Hannah, LJ, Rip, Carol, Sylvestre, Wendy, JonL, Chip, Don, Hank, Matt for feedback and patience while I was developing this.

Updated 12.10.02 15:36


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