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2005 Reader Predictions

Thanks to all those who submitted their most likely and unlikely networking predictions for 2005. We've compiled your list of what you think will take place in IT in 2005.

Bill Bray

What will most likely happen: E-Voting will finally receive the scrutiny it should have received before the last election.

What I wish would happen: Microsoft releases it's latest version of Windows, essentially porting the entire collection of Windows APIs to Linux. The first of several class action lawsuits are filed the same day.

Darryl Duke

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