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Re:I do not think Exponentially means what you thi  *Sunday October 25, 2009 @03:11PM  1
   attached to ARM Launches Cortex-A5 Processor, To Take On Atom
The question was raised, not begged  *Friday October 02, 2009 @04:35PM 4 4, Informative
   attached to ARM and Dual-Atom Processors in New Portables
Full Trifactor  *Tuesday September 08, 2009 @04:02PM 2 1
   attached to Does Your College Or University Support Linux?
Re:Would P and NP  *Tuesday July 21, 2009 @01:31AM  1
   attached to Making Cesium Atoms Do a Quantum Walk
Re:+Troll  *Thursday February 05, 2009 @05:22PM  1
   attached to Ubuntu Wipes Windows 7 In Benchmarks
Poor scalability  *Friday December 05, 2008 @04:25AM  1
   attached to Clarifying the Next Step in Australia's Net-Censorship Scheme
Re:College AI Project  *Thursday December 04, 2008 @04:29PM  2, Interesting
   attached to A Look At Modern Game AI
PDF is *not* what you want  *Thursday May 08, 2008 @11:32PM 1 1
   attached to Have You Changed Your Opinion On eBook Readers?
Re:The most surprising thing  *Tuesday March 04, 2008 @03:41PM 1 2, Informative
   attached to Lessons From the HD Format War
Re:Character Development!  *Friday February 22, 2008 @05:01PM  1
   attached to The Future of MMOs
Re:Having actually read the article, a question  *Tuesday February 19, 2008 @06:07PM  1
Re:Having actually read the article, a question  *Tuesday February 19, 2008 @05:53PM  2, Insightful
   attached to The Limits of Quantum Computing
Re:Software art, yes, but...  *Tuesday January 29, 2008 @03:35PM 1 1
   attached to Programming As Art — 13 Amazing Code Demos
Re:Not really a tree...  *Tuesday January 22, 2008 @09:24PM  1
   attached to The Tree of Life Consolidates
Vapourware  *Friday January 18, 2008 @04:25PM  1
   attached to Pentagon Working on "Human Fear" Weapons

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