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Re:This is obvious...  *Wednesday May 01, 2002 @04:33AM 1 1
   attached to Science a Mystery to U.S. Citizens
Re:Interesting!  *Monday March 25, 2002 @04:31PM  1
   attached to Red Hat CTO Testifies at MS trial
There've been a couple  *Sunday January 21, 2001 @01:39AM  4
   attached to Who Were Your Best Teachers?
Re:Religion and the Internet  *Friday December 29, 2000 @01:00AM  1
   attached to Largest ISP In Philiphines: The Catholic Church
Don't Believe the Hype  *Tuesday November 07, 2000 @12:33PM  1
   attached to Candidates' Websites Blocked by CyberPatrol, N2H2
Re:High Expectations  *Wednesday June 28, 2000 @02:01PM  1
   attached to Star Wars Episode 2 Starts Shooting.
Slashdot == Fud Machine  *Thursday March 02, 2000 @09:14AM  1
   attached to Web Censors Prompt College To Consider Name Change
Oh Great  *Saturday February 19, 2000 @09:34AM  3
   attached to Microsoft Will Own Part of Corel
Re:Usage  *Wednesday July 28, 1999 @06:33PM  1
Re:Reply from one of them:  *Wednesday July 28, 1999 @06:24PM  1
   attached to Passing Porn, Banning the Bible
Re:Do you want to know what kind of sites are bloc  *Tuesday July 27, 1999 @10:23AM  1
Re:Don't blame your ISP!  *Tuesday July 27, 1999 @10:19AM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Cyber Patrol Censorship?
Re:Meta-caching  *Sunday July 25, 1999 @12:35PM  1
   attached to New Transmeta Patent
Re:Hatchet Job??  *Monday June 21, 1999 @08:33PM  1
   attached to Pirates of Silicon Valley
Re:This could be the future..  *Sunday May 16, 1999 @07:20AM  1
   attached to Distro News
Re:linux in denial  *Thursday May 13, 1999 @01:08PM  1
   attached to Microsoft Challenges Linux community
Katz misses the point, I think.  *Friday April 16, 1999 @03:17PM  1
   attached to ShutUp Software
al gore 2000  *Monday April 12, 1999 @03:18AM  1
   attached to Al Gore Buzzword Bingo
Isn't this Caldera whining?  *Monday March 22, 1999 @10:42AM  1
   attached to Is Red Hat the Next Microsoft?

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