Lets's Talk Computers - No Starch Press  December 24, 2005
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Interview on December 24, 2005
Just Say No to Microsoft     Guest: Tony Bove
No Starch Press publishes the finest in geek entertainment, with a focus on open source/Linux, security, hacking, programming, and alternative operating systems.

Tony Bove, author of the book, "Just Say No to Microsoft", discusses the many alternatives to Microsoft, especially open source software. Bove, who is a strong proponent for diversity in the market place, holds nothing back in this book, which is bound to be a "conversation starter" with your friends in the office.
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