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I don't understand  *Wednesday June 03, 2009 @08:36AM  1
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Re:Actually, vegetables do scream when picked  *Saturday March 28, 2009 @06:03AM  1
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Re:Fair comparison considering the scenario  *Tuesday March 03, 2009 @06:17AM 1 2, Interesting
Fair comparison considering the scenario  *Tuesday March 03, 2009 @05:34AM 6 4, Interesting
   attached to Open Source Usability — Joomla! Vs. WordPress
Obligatory Python reference  *Wednesday February 11, 2009 @08:21AM  2, Funny
   attached to False Fact On Wikipedia Proves Itself
Re:159357 popular with lefties?  *Saturday February 07, 2009 @02:08PM 1 1
   attached to Passwords From PHPBB Attack Analyzed
Re:Anyone usinging specialised tests?  *Wednesday July 16, 2008 @09:53AM  1
   attached to Fallout From the Fall of CAPTCHAs
Re:The language of engineers  *Tuesday July 08, 2008 @03:55AM  1
   attached to Learn a Foreign Language As an Engineer?
Getting hardware to work is not always easy  *Tuesday May 27, 2008 @07:12AM  0, Redundant
   attached to Why Buy a PC Preloaded With Linux?
Re:Doing things the slow way  *Tuesday April 29, 2008 @06:37AM  1
   attached to Ruby and Java Running in JavaScript
Re:first post  *Wednesday April 02, 2008 @10:53AM  1
   attached to What Kind of Alternate Business Models Could ISPs Use?
Not all bad  *Tuesday April 01, 2008 @09:36AM 3 3, Funny
   attached to OOXML Rumored to be Approved, Announcement Wednesday
probably interesting article  *Friday January 18, 2008 @08:00AM  1
   attached to The Impatience of the Google Generation
Re:INVADE!  *Thursday September 13, 2007 @07:46AM 1 1
   attached to Russia Tests World's Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb
Re:Open for Closed  *Wednesday August 22, 2007 @04:42AM  1
   attached to Top 25 Hottest Open-Source Projects at Microsoft Codeplex

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