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Just an extension of current techology?  *Thursday January 02, 2003 @12:04PM  1
   attached to Mood-Sensing Computer
All people are created equal...  *Monday September 10, 2001 @08:50AM  1
   attached to Big Brother Won't Watch Judges
Another example of M$ moral code...  *Thursday August 23, 2001 @01:15PM  1
Do you expect anything different from M$?  *Thursday August 23, 2001 @08:25AM 1 1
   attached to Microsoft Fakes Citizen Letters of Support
Re:good point, GOOD idea.  *Monday June 25, 2001 @07:49AM  1
   attached to Caltech Team Raises 6900-Pound Obelisk, By Kite
Marketing in M$ footsteps  *Monday June 11, 2001 @08:14AM  1
   attached to Full Color Electronic Paper a Reality
American media  *Tuesday May 29, 2001 @09:38AM  1
   attached to Technology and the Fast Food Nation
Re:but its IBM  *Tuesday May 01, 2001 @04:18AM  1
   attached to Review Of Small Business Suite for Linux
Cyber jail  *Thursday February 22, 2001 @06:21AM  2
   attached to Cyber-Court in Michigan?
Re:But email bugs ARE a serious risk  *Friday January 05, 2001 @05:02AM  1
   attached to Fox Says Web Bugs == Virus Risk
Purpose is for creativity  *Tuesday November 14, 2000 @04:31AM  1
   attached to Are there Benefits to Flex Time?
Centralized, distributed, centralized  *Thursday October 05, 2000 @05:09AM  2
   attached to The Vanishing Desktop
Let's get a technical politician  *Tuesday September 26, 2000 @08:37AM  1
   attached to The Last Days of Politics
Re:Such insolence!  *Friday August 04, 2000 @05:00AM  1
   attached to Using Fractals to Classify Music
Re:Absolutely!  *Wednesday May 03, 2000 @04:42AM  2
Re:Tools for the job  *Wednesday May 03, 2000 @04:29AM  1
   attached to Can XML Replace Proprietary Document Formats?
Re:100 years ago, they passed laws against it...  *Wednesday March 22, 2000 @01:03PM  1
   attached to Full-Time Telecommuting -- Does It Work?
Shaky business practices  *Tuesday March 21, 2000 @01:24PM  1
   attached to Net Firms Running Out Of Cash?

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