Cray’s last computer due Nov.

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Cray's last computer due Nov.

Ray Ozzie, the esteemed creator of Lotus Notes, has released Groove, the first prominent corporate use of peer-to-peer networking. The program, from Groove Networks, is groupware that allows users to share files and communicate while working together on multiple projects. Moreover, it is attracting more attention than any new program since Napster, which it could potentially supplant if the developer decides to enable the software to do so.

For more information, read theregister.co.uk and infoworld.com. A preview version can be downloaded from groove.net.

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