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Was reading "Software Development" magazine, September 2005 issue the other day. Why I got it, I'm not sure - I think it was a freebie from some revenue program at TechIMO. Anyways, the cover had a nice headline: REVIEWED: 350 Flavors of Linux P.27. Cool idea, but the magazine barely makes it to 1/8th inch thick... What kind of review can this be? AAMOF, the whole issue is only 64 pages long - how much depth will there be? And that ohhh - soo cute - 64 pages long thing - hahaha! Well, let me offer a detailed review of their 'review'.

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