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Re:Google  *Friday December 12, 2003 @08:14AM 2 5, Informative
   attached to World's Largest Databases Ranked
Re:This is old hat, just ask my mum!  *Tuesday October 28, 2003 @05:25PM 1 1
This is old hat, just ask my mum!  *Tuesday October 28, 2003 @04:11PM 1 1
   attached to X17 Solar Flare Sends 2B Tons of Plasma at Earth
Re:Seeeing the future  *Monday September 15, 2003 @11:24PM  1
   attached to Resolving Everything: VeriSign Adds Wildcards
Language Zealots?  *Thursday August 14, 2003 @09:10PM  1
   attached to Poll: Most Zealous Zealots?
Re:Make humans glow!  *Monday May 05, 2003 @10:54PM  1
   attached to Light-Producing Nanotubes Could Mean Faster Chips
future potential  *Wednesday April 30, 2003 @10:48PM  1
   attached to Review of iTunes Music Store
first post  *Tuesday April 15, 2003 @07:24PM 1 -1, Offtopic
   attached to Interesting and Educational Web Pages for Children?
Re:Rubbish!  *Sunday April 13, 2003 @06:43PM 3 5, Informative
   attached to XML Support In Office 2003 Isn't For Everyone
quantum joke  *Thursday April 03, 2003 @06:58PM  1
   attached to Quantum Computing Programming Language
Bugger  *Tuesday March 25, 2003 @03:56PM 1 1
   attached to Mandrake Linux 9.1 (Bamboo) Is Available!
Re:ughgh  *Monday March 10, 2003 @05:57PM  1
   attached to Perl 6: Apocalypse 6 Released
Re:Trash Can Absurdity  *Tuesday March 04, 2003 @10:25PM  2, Informative
   attached to Another Garbage Patent
Froogle  *Tuesday February 25, 2003 @06:25PM  1
   attached to Verbing Weirds Google
Re:sh + sed vs. Java  *Tuesday February 25, 2003 @12:19AM 1 2, Insightful
   attached to Do Scripters Suffer Discrimination?
swingline stapler  *Sunday January 12, 2003 @06:51AM  1
   attached to Poll: Favorite Single function, non-computerized Office Tool
Re:New cracks and pops?  *Sunday December 08, 2002 @09:22PM 1 1
   attached to Apple Posts Update to the Carbon Sound Manager

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