`So Urania bare Linus
, a very lovely son: and him all men who are singers and harpers do bewail at feasts and dances, and as they begin and as they end they call on Linus
Pauling Institute at Oregon State University.
"We can't say that drinking beer will help prevent cancer," said Fred Stevens, OSU assistant professor of pharmacy and scientist in the Linus
"In August of 2001, I got a phone call from Linda Rodenbach, a volunteer with Project Linus
," explains Sandy Stiegler, the recently retired director of resident services at Normandy Farms Estates.
And speaking of dot-com, the Internet itself is a wonderful way to find, engage, and collaborate with people from around the world--just ask Linus
Torvalds and the Linux community.
But what is the significance of Linus
to the very particular conditions that we face today in the risk management and insurance management marketplace?
In the world of Linux programmers, the so-called "Linus
' law" says that "given enough eyes, all bugs are shallow." Someone will find the answer if enough people work on a problem, are able to communicate, and if the information really can be kept free.
The software is available for Windows, Macintosh, Linus
Just for Fun (HarperBusiness) is the biography of Linus
Torvalds, the eccentric Finn whose Linux computer operating system has challenged the global hegemony of Microsoft.
Linux is a free, Unix-like OS developed by Linus
Torvalds while he was a student at the University of Helsinki in 1991.
Hoffer's friend and colleague, Linus
Pauling, Hoffer presents the results of his nutritional or orthomolecular treatment of hundreds of patients suffering from various forms of cancer.
Torvalds is, of course, the poster boy of the open-source movement, but Jimmy Durante could serve, as well.