Linux WorldExpo 2000: GeekCast.Com Network and Partner for Interactive Broadcast

Jon "maddog" Hall kicks off sign up list for Interactive broadcast at Linux WorldExpo 2000. GeekCast.Com Network and have partnered to bring live interviews of vendors and community personalities from's Cyber Cafe located in booth 247 at the Javits Center.

Vendors and community groups can sign up for a broadcast opportunity at the URL The Linux(R) Show! !, which is the Linux communities first and No. 1 rated Linux focused webcast in the United States, will be broadcasting live from the floor of the Linux WorldExpo 2000. The event is designed to help develop, integrate, and run a business on the Linux OS and will feature seven Conference tracks, 14 tutorials and over 40 conference sessions. ThePossibilities are Endless; The Knowledge Shared is Vital. The Linux revolution is gaining momentum. Become a part of this movement to evolve the industry by joining forces with Linux enthusiasts, vendors, and developers.