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Signs of Life at LinuxWorld Expo in New York

Dave Aiello wrote, "Derek Vadala notes that business appears to be up at LinuxWorld Expo in New York, taking place this week at The Javits Center. This is very good news."

"In talking to Tony Iams, a scheduled speaker at LinuxWorld, I wondered aloud if it would be worth attending. It turns out that I am too busy to go because one of my clients inserted a project deadline that I am trying to honor. But, based on the lack of pre-show buzz from friends in the industry, and the terrible website that was put together for the show, I concluded that the show was going to be depressing."

"Now it appears I may have come to the wrong conclusion. I'll be looking for more information on attendance and vendor support, and if I see anything else that appears significant, you'll see it here."

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