This month's cover story about Linux is in two parts. The first part is a profile of Miguel de Icaza, whom some have called a sellout because he says the best place to continue the battle against Microsoft is within a big corporation. The second part looks at the choices Linux is finally offering Microsoft users. Also in this issue of Technology Review
for September 2004: how Iceland's deCode Genetics may shave years off the drug discovery process; how Sony Pictures Imageworks is leading the way in creating the world's most realistic digital humans; and more.
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