April 9, 2010 | Volume 7 Issue 14
• TOP STORY: TechTip: Create PDFs for Free!• FEATURED ARTICLE: As Earth Day Approaches, What Will Your Commitment Be?• NEWS HIGHLIGHT: IBM Announces Smart Analytics and Transactional Systems • FORUM: Announcing the XLPARSE2 Open-Source Utility• ON-DEMAND WEBCAST: Practical Implementation Guide to i5/OS Security (based on Carol Woodbury's award-winning COMMON presentation)• BLOG: Additional ways to see the contents of a user space (*USRSPC)
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