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Too much referencing  *Friday October 18, 2013 @02:21AM 1 2
   attached to How Science Goes Wrong
Stable Employment No Longer Exists  *Saturday September 21, 2013 @01:52AM  2
   attached to Homeless, Unemployed, and Surviving On Bitcoins
Re:JavaScript  *Saturday June 23, 2012 @05:45PM 1 2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: No-Install Programming At Work?
Re:Not Surprised  *Thursday March 29, 2012 @02:57AM 2 2
   attached to Munich Has Saved €4M So Far After Switch To Linux
Re:Standard Practice  *Friday December 23, 2011 @10:46AM 1 5, Informative
Re:Standard Practice  *Friday December 23, 2011 @04:02AM 2 5, Informative
   attached to Major Australian Retailer Accused of Selling Infected Hard Drives
Re:SCADA is internal stuff  *Wednesday December 21, 2011 @11:11PM 1 1
   attached to Researcher Claims Siemens Lied About Security Bugs
Re:Trying to do too much  *Wednesday December 14, 2011 @03:58PM  1
   attached to Firefox Too Big To Link On 32-bit Windows
Re:SSL is heavy  *Thursday December 08, 2011 @10:22AM 2 4, Informative
   attached to OpenDNS Releases DNS Encryption Tool
Re:Easy work-around  *Monday December 05, 2011 @03:55AM  4, Informative
   attached to Browser History Sniffing Is Back
If you have a machine you could spare  *Monday November 28, 2011 @09:56AM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Mass network backup/wipe
Re:Not so smart  *Thursday November 24, 2011 @08:01AM 2 4, Insightful
   attached to Smart Meters Wreaking Havoc With Home Electronics
Questioning the benchmark procedures  *Tuesday November 22, 2011 @08:44AM 2 2
   attached to Bulldozer Server Benchmarks Not Promising
Re:What for?  *Monday October 03, 2011 @12:50AM  1
   attached to Privacy Groups Ask FTC For Facebook Investigation

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