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Re:No hand luggage...  *Thursday August 10, 2006 @10:29AM  1
   attached to BBC Reports UK-U.S. Terror Plot Foiled
Re:the customer is always right  *Tuesday June 14, 2005 @05:27PM 1 2, Insightful
   attached to Reports of VHS's Death Highly Exaggerated
Re:Not broken  *Thursday June 09, 2005 @05:16PM  1
Re:Not broken  *Thursday June 09, 2005 @03:53PM 1 1
Re:Dealing with 1 file in multiple folders (Figure  *Thursday June 09, 2005 @03:30PM  1
Re:Dealing with 1 file in multiple folders (Figure  *Thursday June 09, 2005 @03:12PM 1 1
Re:What's taking so long?  *Thursday June 09, 2005 @02:36PM 1 1
   attached to The Death of Folders?
Re:Not really  *Thursday June 09, 2005 @12:39AM  1
   attached to Calculator Flaw Forces Recall in Virginia
Most of the Art Majors I've known  *Tuesday April 26, 2005 @05:23PM  1
   attached to Interest in CS as a Major Drops
Jachymov  *Monday April 11, 2005 @10:33AM  1
   attached to Best Buy Has Man Arrested for Using $2 Bills
Re:Slashdot editors attack Sun!  *Wednesday April 06, 2005 @03:02PM  1
Re:Slashdot editors attack Sun!  *Wednesday April 06, 2005 @02:59PM 1 2, Informative
   attached to Sun's Schwartz Attacks GPL
Re:How about  *Monday April 04, 2005 @12:58PM  2, Interesting
   attached to Preview of Intel's Dual-Core Extreme Edition
Re:The actual article  *Monday April 04, 2005 @03:19PM  1
   attached to Black Holes 'Do Not Exist,' Contends Physicist
Re:Don't Blame the Employer For This One  *Wednesday March 16, 2005 @11:56PM  1
   attached to Clash of the GPL and Other IP Agreements?
Re:Anecdote of academic counter-relevance to succe  *Monday January 10, 2005 @11:18PM  1
   attached to Google's 20-Year Usenet Timeline
Are you working now?  *Tuesday November 23, 2004 @09:47PM  1
   attached to Switching to Contracting?
Re:Cheap labor? (Nah)  *Monday November 08, 2004 @07:52PM  1
   attached to Competition Fosters Next Generation Of Linux Talent
OTS and Fibonacci  *Monday October 25, 2004 @01:15PM  1
   attached to Greatest Equations Ever

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