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Initial Failures  *Monday May 11, 2009 @12:02PM 7 3, Interesting
   attached to Microsoft Releases New Concurrent Programming Language
Re:Free Will != Unpredictability  *Monday August 18, 2008 @11:50AM  1
   attached to Do Subatomic Particles Have Free Will?
Re:Firefox  *Thursday October 19, 2006 @01:31PM  1
   attached to IE7 Vulnerability Discovered
Re:here's a good example  *Monday August 07, 2006 @11:08AM 1 1
   attached to Linus Speaks Out On GPLv3
Re:Core corrupted  *Monday July 10, 2006 @12:44PM  1
   attached to A Magnetic Memory Alternative to Hard Disk
Re:When a decline to 90% market share is newsworth  *Thursday June 22, 2006 @11:01AM  1
   attached to Browsers Fighting to Keep up with the Web
Re:Good,  *Wednesday June 21, 2006 @12:36PM  1
Re:Good,  *Tuesday June 20, 2006 @09:21AM 1 1
   attached to Opera 9.0 Released
Re:"Made in the USA" used to matter  *Tuesday June 13, 2006 @02:35PM  1
   attached to Judging The Apple 'Sweatshop' Charge
Re:Not a solution  *Friday June 09, 2006 @11:43AM 2 3, Insightful
   attached to U.S. House Rejects Net Neutrality
Downtime?  *Wednesday June 07, 2006 @04:30PM  1
   attached to Windows Servers Beat Linux Servers
Surplus  *Monday January 16, 2006 @08:34PM  1
   attached to Home Network Data Storage Device
Re:"Not without controversy"  *Monday May 16, 2005 @12:23PM  1
   attached to Hacking the Web with Greasemonkey
Re:Love of the Mouse  *Sunday May 08, 2005 @10:28AM 1 1
   attached to A Non-Dogmatic History of the GUI
Re:Half of Users Already Know Windows Costs Too Mu  *Monday April 25, 2005 @06:53PM 1 2, Interesting
   attached to The Truth About Linux and Windows
Re:This is a good idea I think  *Sunday January 02, 2005 @01:49PM  1
   attached to Why Microsoft Should Fear Bandwidth
What are you thinking?  *Wednesday December 15, 2004 @04:11PM  1
   attached to Open Source on Windows - Boon or Bane for Linux?

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