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The last thing we need  *Wednesday February 02, 2011 @07:20AM  1
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Re:Hmm  *Wednesday November 18, 2009 @07:56AM  1
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Re:All of them  *Tuesday June 12, 2007 @04:21AM 1 1
   attached to Which ISPs Are Spying On You?
Now it all makes sense  *Wednesday February 28, 2007 @05:13AM 1 0, Offtopic
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By that rationale...  *Wednesday January 31, 2007 @05:28AM 2 4, Insightful
   attached to Journal Discussion: Sony Settles With FTC Over Rootkits
Caveat emptor: THIS CARD IS EVIL  *Saturday November 04, 2006 @04:08AM 1 1
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Loaded question  *Friday September 29, 2006 @05:58AM  1
   attached to Are Nuclear Powered Mars Rovers a Good Idea?
Pirates planning obsolecence...  *Tuesday August 15, 2006 @03:32AM  1
   attached to Pirate Party Launches Commercial Darknet
Re:Another matter  *Monday August 07, 2006 @06:34AM  1
   attached to VoIP Numbers Stations were Social Experiment
There's hope yet...  *Friday August 04, 2006 @08:24AM  5, Funny
   attached to One Year Until Phoenix Mars Mission Launch
Re:Paradox (Re:Never in a million years)  *Friday August 04, 2006 @12:36PM  1
Paradox (Re:Never in a million years)  *Friday August 04, 2006 @07:47AM 1 1
   attached to The Ad-Supported Operating System
No Slip-n-Slide = no slippery slope  *Wednesday June 28, 2006 @10:06AM 3 1
   attached to Kent State's Facebook Ban for Athletes
Re:Global warming  *Wednesday June 28, 2006 @07:00AM  1
   attached to Is Distributed Computing Being Distributed Badly?
The Franco Factor  *Wednesday June 28, 2006 @06:46AM  1
   attached to Spain Adds 'Copyright Tax' to Blank Media
Re:Here's why prediction is useful  *Tuesday June 27, 2006 @07:39AM  2, Informative
   attached to Supercomputer Models Sun's Corona Dynamics

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