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Common Carrier Status  *Tuesday February 07, 2006 @09:47PM  1
   attached to Verizon Threatens Google's 'Free Lunch'
Re:Opposite problem.  *Monday June 30, 2003 @03:37PM 1 2, Informative
   attached to ATI's Radeon Linux drivers no longer supported?
Re:Sigh...  *Monday July 29, 2002 @11:36PM  1
   attached to New Way To Grade Decay of Computer Installations
Re:Garbage in, garbage out  *Monday July 08, 2002 @03:55PM  1
   attached to Web Designers Ignoring Standards and Support IE Only
Re:The Oppinons of a CS S..-Hardware Compatability  *Sunday March 03, 2002 @05:37PM  1
   attached to Will CS Students Switch From Microsoft?
Missed point.  *Wednesday February 13, 2002 @04:56PM  1
   attached to Philips vs Unlicensed DVD Players
Re:Wonder what percentage of /. actually participa  *Thursday February 07, 2002 @05:24PM 1 1
   attached to Feds to Publish Public Comments on MS Settlement
Re:No Way to Differentiate in Stores  *Saturday January 12, 2002 @12:06AM  1
   attached to Philips Says Compact Discs Can't be Copyprotected
Re:Partially Right  *Wednesday October 17, 2001 @06:15PM  1
   attached to Microsoft Blames the Messengers
Re:Region coding is already illegal elsewhere...  *Thursday May 24, 2001 @12:34AM  1
   attached to Regulator Challenges DVD Zoning
People Not Buying Linux versions  *Saturday March 31, 2001 @01:26PM  1
   attached to Promises And Pitfalls In Linux Game Development
Re:unable to close the hole .....Eurika!  *Thursday January 04, 2001 @02:11AM  4
unable to close the hole .....  *Thursday January 04, 2001 @01:19AM  1
   attached to Buffer Overflow in All Shockwave Players
Once again SF predicts the future....  *Tuesday January 02, 2001 @07:15PM  1
   attached to Alaska To Siberia... By Rail?
Re:Linux gaming market  *Wednesday August 09, 2000 @08:01PM  1
   attached to John Carmack on Consoles vs. Personal Computers
"Linked Processors"  *Friday December 24, 1999 @01:33AM  3
   attached to Hubble's Computers Upgraded

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