*Halloween I: Open Source Software (New?) Development Methodology
*Halloween II: Linux OS Competitive Analysis: The Next Java VM?
*Halloween III: Microsoft's reaction on the "Halloween Memorandum" (sic)
*Halloween IV: When Software Things Were Rotten: Vinod Vallopillil's boss
calls us "Robin Hood and his merry band." We return the compliment.
*Halloween V: The FUD Begins!: The Sheriff of Nottingham rides again.
In this exciting episode, the things he doesn't say are more interesting than the things he does.
*Halloween VI: The Fatal Anniversary: First Mindcraft, now the Gartner
Group; Microsoft leaves a trail of shattered credibility behind it.
*Halloween VII: Survey Says!:
Microsoft's own marketing research tells it that the FUD is backfiring.
*Halloween VIII: Doing the Damage-Control Dance: Microsoft tries to develop an emergency-response team to
cope with Linux conversion announcements.
*Halloween IX: It Ain't Necessarily SCO: A point-by-point rebuttal of the amended complaint filed against IBM on 16 June 2003 by Microsoft's new favorite sock puppet.
*Halloween X: Follow The Money: In which we learn the extent of SCO's sock-puppet relationship to its masters in Redmond.
*Halloween XI: Get The FUD: in which we consider the implications of Microsoft's laughably misnamed
Get The Facts roadshow.
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