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Top 100 Most Influential People in IT

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2007-03-16 Print this article Print

Slide Show, Part 4: Check out the list—numbers 25-1.

Slide Show, Part 3: Numbers 50-26 .

Slide Show, Part 2: Numbers 75-51.

Slide Show, Part 1: Numbers 100-76.

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The End of Software, and a New Way of Doing Business
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VMware's Greene: A Virtual Success Story
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Lessig: Rewriting the Rules
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