1. Mike Andrews.
Massive NT outage due to registry corruption.
ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy: Forum on Risks to the Public in Computers and Related Systems, 19(60), February 1998.
2. Debian GNU/Linux Developers and Bruce Perens.
The Open Source Definition.
Software in the Public Interest, Inc., 1998.
3. Laura DiDio
U.S. Coast Guard beefs up security after hack.
CNN/Computerworld, July 22, 1998.
4. Sandra Gittlen and Jason Meserve.
Bug slows impeachment e-mail to House members.
CNN/NetworkWorld, December 16, 1998.
6. John Kirch.
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 versus UNIX, November 1998.
7. Josh McHugh.
Freeware children: For the love of hacking.
Forbes Magazine, August 10, 1998.
8. Metro Detroit Linux Users Group.
Linux presentation online: Advantages of linux: Code is subject to peer review, October 1998.
9. Netcraft Ltd.
Netcraft web server survey, December 1998.
10. Bruce Perens.
Why security-through-obscurity doesn't work.
Slashdot, July 20, 1998.
11. Eric S. Raymond.
The cathedral and the bazaar. Revision 1.40,
12. Eric S. Raymond.
Closed source after 2000?
13. Eric S. Raymond.
Frequently asked questions about open source.
14. Eric S. Raymond.
Yes, you can eat open source.
15. Eric S. Raymond, editor.
The New Hacker's Dictionary.
MIT Press, third edition, September 1996.
Available online at http://www.tuxedo.org/jargon/.
Dues due for windows?
Wired News, November 20, 1998.
Hacker attacks target Windows NT computers.
CNN, March 4, 1998.
18. Sendmail, Inc.
19. Gregory Slabodkin.
Software glitches leave Navy smart ship dead in the water.
Government Computing News, July 13, 1998.
http://www.gcn.com/gcn/1998/July13/cov2.htm (This reference is no longer available.)
20. Richard M. Stallman.
GNU General Public License.
Free Software Foundation, second edition, June 1991.
21. Richard M. Stallman.
Why software should be free, November 1, 1998.
22. Eric Weisstein.
Treasure trove of scientific biography: Newton.
23. Brad Wieners.
Closing the geek gap.
Wired News, January 12, 1998.