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Lots of good ideas here but...  *Friday July 02, 2010 @11:14AM  1
   attached to Tunneling Under the Great Firewall?
Re:They don't even go back far enough.  *Sunday July 19, 2009 @02:00AM 1 1
   attached to We Were Smarter About Copyright Law 100 Years Ago
It would be nice...  *Monday July 21, 2008 @08:45PM  1
   attached to Selling Online with Drupal e-Commerce
No free lunch  *Wednesday March 08, 2006 @11:08AM  1
   attached to Coffee Maybe Not a Health Drink!
Re:Languages  *Monday April 15, 2002 @01:18AM  1
   attached to Musenki's Linux-Based AP Ships To Beta Customers
Film and negative are archival--NOT!  *Wednesday October 31, 2001 @10:10AM  2, Insightful
Not yet, but soon...  *Wednesday October 31, 2001 @09:25AM  1
   attached to Do Digital Photos Endanger History?
Now if they could just find the right resonant...  *Saturday September 08, 2001 @06:46AM 2 4, Interesting
   attached to Bouncing UK Children Cause Earthquake
Re:yeah, but...  *Saturday July 14, 2001 @05:32AM  1
   attached to Recording Police Misconduct is Illegal
Re:A question of context...  *Monday June 25, 2001 @10:33PM  1
A question of context...  *Monday June 25, 2001 @10:20PM  1
   attached to Are Computer Graphics A Fine Art?  *Wednesday June 20, 2001 @07:51AM  1
   attached to "sucks".com Sites Win Legal Victory
"Most flavorful brew".....?  *Sunday May 13, 2001 @09:18PM  2
   attached to NASA: Planetary Exploration, Or Better Coffee
Re:what did you expect?  *Sunday January 28, 2001 @06:54AM  1
   attached to Intellectual Property and the AIDS crisis
Sony Recalls Crusoe too...  *Thursday November 30, 2000 @05:19AM  1
   attached to Transmeta Confirms Recall
You'll get fiber in the U.S. before I do in Japan!  *Saturday September 16, 2000 @08:21PM  5
   attached to NTT To Send Movies, Games Via Fiber-Optic Network
Patented?  *Monday July 31, 2000 @07:01AM  1
   attached to Review of the new Apple Mouse

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