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Re:Yeah, right.  *Thursday February 18, 2010 @02:07PM 1 2
   attached to The 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors
Re:.5 million lines of code  *Thursday May 07, 2009 @06:59PM  3, Funny
   attached to OpenOffice 3.1 Released
Re:Just another reason to not support DRM  *Friday April 17, 2009 @02:11PM  2
Re:Just another reason to not support DRM  *Friday April 17, 2009 @02:10PM 1 2
   attached to Lose Your Amazon Account and Your Kindle Dies
Re:Better than mplayer?  *Friday April 03, 2009 @06:00PM  5, Informative
   attached to VLC 0.9.9, The Best Media Player Just Got Better
Re:Great work!  *Thursday December 11, 2008 @01:40PM 1 5, Funny
   attached to Slackware 12.2 Released
Re:My advice - don't look for satisfaction in game  *Thursday November 06, 2008 @05:19PM  3, Funny
   attached to How Do Games Grow Up?
Re:How things are turning out.  *Thursday October 23, 2008 @03:44PM  2
Re:wrong  *Thursday October 23, 2008 @03:31PM 1 2
   attached to Indian Moon Mission Launched
Re:There's a difference between 'dumb' and 'trusti  *Wednesday September 17, 2008 @04:41PM 2 2
   attached to Data Centers Crucial To Lehman Sale
Re:Innovation  *Monday September 15, 2008 @01:12PM 2 4, Interesting
   attached to McCain Answers Science Policy Questionnaire
Re:Take a look at this KB article  *Monday July 30, 2007 @09:02AM 1 2
   attached to Cross-OS File System That Sucks Less?
Re:Not limited to low-oxygen...  *Tuesday March 20, 2007 @01:56PM 1 2
   attached to Data Centers Breathe Easier With Less Oxygen
Re:Unnecessary Decline?  *Tuesday December 26, 2006 @12:25PM  2
   attached to Vista Security The 'Longest Suicide Note in History'?
Here's a spoof on the subject  *Sunday December 10, 2006 @02:27AM  2
   attached to How to Protect a Home When Away in Winter?
VDesk from the windows nt resource kit  *Friday October 13, 2006 @01:06PM  2
   attached to Virtual Desktops on Windows?
Sounds remarkably similar to  *Monday February 20, 2006 @01:06PM 1 2
   attached to Unipage - A PDF Alternative?
Re:Solutions Should Be Natural  *Thursday February 09, 2006 @07:17PM  2
   attached to Does Company-Wide Language "Standardization" Work?
Re:What about the chimes in the commercials?  *Friday December 30, 2005 @04:05PM  2
   attached to 'Intel Inside' No More
Re:Factual error  *Wednesday December 21, 2005 @12:53PM  2
Re:But they never START with that  *Wednesday December 21, 2005 @12:32PM  2
Re:Even worse ...  *Wednesday December 21, 2005 @12:30PM  2
   attached to The Future of Tech And NSA Wiretaps
Re:400W?  *Saturday October 22, 2005 @04:32PM 2 3, Informative
   attached to New Xeon CPU Hot and Underpowered
Re:Is it just me, or why not explain it better?  *Wednesday June 29, 2005 @11:58AM 1 2
   attached to Eclipse 3.1 Released

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