May 2008
Network World;5/5/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 18, p6
Trade Publication
The article features the views of readers and technology experts regarding various issues and topics published on the web in the U.S. According to Brad Reese, Cisco Subnet blogger, Cisco loses $2 million order to Nortel because it shows clients that Nortel equipment is more green. Researchers at Kent State University studies the language of instant messaging because it qualifies their own langauge and is not just bad grammar or bunch of mistakes. Noah Schiffman said that hackers of the world will unite defense readiness condition (DEFCON) 16 conference.


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