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Re:DDOS'ed by their own marketing success!  *Thursday December 28, 2006 @03:16PM  1
   attached to New iPod Owner Onslaught Overwhelms iTunes
Support and Maintenance Model  *Wednesday November 08, 2006 @07:38PM  3, Insightful
   attached to How Do You Make a Profit While Using Open Source?
Re:Missing option...  *Wednesday November 08, 2006 @07:19PM  1
   attached to What Kind of Music Do You Code To?
Work with what you have  *Thursday May 29, 2003 @11:36PM  1
   attached to Running a Research Lab on Free Software?
Re:I like Alan's  *Monday January 06, 2003 @05:41AM 1 3, Insightful
   attached to 2003 World Question
Re:The Manual  *Monday January 06, 2003 @02:20AM  1
   attached to Using Bacterial DNA For Data Storage
Re:Just the Procs ma'm  *Monday January 06, 2003 @02:23AM  1
   attached to Collecting Classic Computers
my o'reilly shelves  *Monday January 06, 2003 @01:00AM  1
   attached to 25 Years of O'Reilly Books
Mac OSX is cool! But was about a PC-based distro  *Monday January 06, 2003 @02:13AM  0, Redundant
   attached to Running Mac OS X Binaries With NetBSD
MAC SlowSX  *Thursday November 07, 2002 @07:42PM  1
   attached to Is Mac OS X Slow?
Bug Confirmation  *Wednesday November 06, 2002 @01:22PM  3, Insightful
   attached to Mozilla: The Good And The Bad
Progammers Bookshelf  *Saturday July 20, 2002 @02:25AM  1
   attached to Best Websites for Developers?
Copy Protection?  *Friday June 14, 2002 @06:47AM  1
   attached to Harry Potter, Macrovision and Economics
Playing God  *Sunday November 25, 2001 @04:01AM  1
   attached to Coming Back Soon... The Tasmanian Tiger?
Re:other OSes  *Saturday November 24, 2001 @08:21PM  1
Re:Intra-Family Piracy?  *Saturday November 24, 2001 @08:15PM 1 2, Insightful
Intra-Family Piracy?  *Saturday November 24, 2001 @07:15PM 1 1
   attached to Microsoft Runs Out Of Windows XP Family Licenses
Linux on windows...... hmm!  *Monday March 05, 2001 @09:24AM  1
   attached to Linux On Windows - The Thin End Of The Wedge?

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