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Bull  *Friday March 16, 2001 @04:40AM  1
This is the end for slashdot  *Friday March 16, 2001 @04:12AM  1
   attached to Scientologists Force Comment Off Slashdot
Re:Hardly any details  *Friday March 02, 2001 @04:39AM  3
   attached to Announcing PHP-GTK
Catastrophic loss  *Wednesday February 28, 2001 @06:30AM  2
   attached to Rebooting The World?
Ok, here's the brief  *Wednesday February 28, 2001 @04:47AM  2
   attached to Making PKI Work
Hi Hemos  *Wednesday February 28, 2001 @05:15AM  2
Targeting  *Wednesday February 28, 2001 @05:10AM  3
   attached to Making Banner Ads Suck Less
Microsoft are good for consumers and society  *Thursday March 01, 2001 @06:34AM  2
   attached to Microsoft: Second Thoughts
He has a point  *Tuesday February 27, 2001 @04:38AM  1
   attached to P2P Will Lead To Higher ISP Charges?
Releasing on Linux  *Monday February 26, 2001 @08:00AM  4
   attached to Carmack on D3 on Linux, and 3D Cards
Open Source music compression  *Monday February 26, 2001 @04:49AM  1
   attached to Ogg Vorbis Changes Everything
Hmm  *Friday February 23, 2001 @06:47AM  3
   attached to Patent on 'private' URLs
Nonsense  *Thursday February 22, 2001 @06:39AM  1
   attached to Human Genome Confirms Evolution
Wrong  *Thursday February 22, 2001 @05:37AM  2
   attached to NetBSD on StrongARM Handhelds
Cool!  *Wednesday February 21, 2001 @07:17AM  2
   attached to Water/Complex Carbon Found in Distant Solar System
Have I missed the point?  *Wednesday February 21, 2001 @02:33AM  1
   attached to DataPlay-Flash-Killer or Copy-Control Nightmare?
I have read this  *Friday February 23, 2001 @06:02AM  1
   attached to Mission of Gravity
Truth  *Wednesday January 31, 2001 @08:43AM  2
   attached to Linux Is Going Down
The end of the Microsoft era?  *Wednesday February 21, 2001 @06:39AM  5
   attached to Rebel Code
Re:Wrong link  *Friday November 17, 2000 @05:46AM  1
   attached to Democratic GPL Software Company

Established technology tends to persist in the face of new technology. -- G. Blaauw, one of the designers of System 360