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Re:The license is restrictive.. mods prohibited  *Wednesday May 17, 2006 @11:30AM 6 5, Informative
GWT works with all server technologies  *Wednesday May 17, 2006 @11:25AM 2 2, Informative
   attached to Google Releases AJAX Framework
Re:50K Pageviews  *Wednesday June 29, 2005 @03:36PM 3 5, Informative
   attached to Google Releases API for Google Maps
Re:Conflict of interest?  *Thursday October 07, 2004 @03:34PM  1
   attached to Hydrogen Vehicle Generates Its Own Fuel
What is the easiest way to install this?  *Monday September 06, 2004 @02:48AM 1 1
   attached to X.org Making Fast Progress
Re:Guns dont kill people, but machines violate IP?  *Thursday August 26, 2004 @03:47AM  1
   attached to Alternatives To The INDUCE Act
I understand why they decided to publish widely  *Friday July 16, 2004 @03:39AM  2, Interesting
   attached to Oxford Students Hack University Network
Stickies for Windows, open source  *Friday June 18, 2004 @07:55PM 1 1
   attached to Best To-Do List Software?
Re:Yeah!  *Tuesday May 04, 2004 @04:35PM 2 2, Interesting
   attached to Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" Preview at WWDC
Re:Practice of outsourcing (not a question)  *Monday April 12, 2004 @12:24PM  3, Informative
   attached to What Should a Documentary Filmmaker Ask About Offshoring?
Re:Ah yes, the GNU "operating system"  *Tuesday February 10, 2004 @12:53PM 1 1
Ah yes, the GNU "operating system"  *Tuesday February 10, 2004 @12:29PM 1 0, Troll
   attached to Hackers Hall of Fame
Knuth's Art of Computer Science did it, too  *Friday February 06, 2004 @01:42AM 1 1
   attached to Learning Computer Science via Assembly Language
Re:Thoughts  *Monday December 29, 2003 @02:17PM  2, Insightful
   attached to Wireless APs in Homebrew Coffee Shops?
The Mozilla thing is completely different  *Wednesday December 10, 2003 @07:27PM 4 4, Informative
   attached to Microsoft Wins HTML App Patent

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