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Re:This is clearly wrong  *Sunday February 25, 2001 @07:05AM  2
   attached to The Mystery of Capital
Inefficient Content Distributors  *Monday January 22, 2001 @05:28AM  2
   attached to What's Wrong With Content Protection
Re:GSM!  *Monday November 13, 2000 @05:12AM  2
   attached to What's the Best Cell Phone Calling Plan?
Re:The following comments...  *Saturday November 04, 2000 @05:51AM  1
Re:PEs would be better  *Saturday November 04, 2000 @05:37AM  1
   attached to IBM Takes #1 w/ASCI White
Re:Thermal inertia?  *Tuesday October 24, 2000 @01:08PM  1
   attached to Lighting The Future: Lasers And (Wild) LEDs
Re:what's this copyright garbage?  *Friday October 20, 2000 @08:14AM  1
   attached to Slashback: Injunction,
Re:Xerox Corporate Financials  *Friday October 20, 2000 @05:55AM  1
Re:Xerox Corporate Financials  *Thursday October 19, 2000 @01:39PM  2
   attached to Xerox Trying To Sell PARC
Re:The electoral college  *Thursday October 19, 2000 @10:36AM  1
   attached to Politics, Assassination, and Debates
Re:Remember - the richest 10% pay most of the taxe  *Thursday October 19, 2000 @06:21AM  1
   attached to A Minor Political Screed
Re:Karma-Whoring Anti-Slashdot Rambling Rant(-1 Du  *Saturday October 14, 2000 @02:17PM  1
   attached to Should the Government Go Open Source?
Re:Fuzzy Math!  *Thursday October 12, 2000 @07:06AM  1
   attached to Uncensored Media Considered Harmless
Re:is class action possible?  *Thursday October 12, 2000 @05:16AM  1
   attached to E*Trade Loses Red Hat IPO Arbitration Claim
Re:Purely, and simply, untrue  *Thursday October 19, 2000 @06:27AM  1
Re:Purely, and simply, untrue  *Thursday October 19, 2000 @05:46AM  1
   attached to BackSlash: Politics and the Internet Dog
Re:The letter I received...  *Friday September 29, 2000 @12:18PM  1
   attached to Inside the CueCat Hardware
Re:Illegal in the u.k.  *Friday September 29, 2000 @04:16AM  2
   attached to Extending UCITA to Printed Books?

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