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Slightly Ironical  *Tuesday March 05, 2013 @02:11PM  1
   attached to Microsoft: the 'Scroogled' Show Must Go On
Re:you seem to misunderstand colour temperature   *Monday December 31, 2012 @12:23AM  1
   attached to Cree Introduces 200 Lumen/Watt Production Power LEDs
Re:Automation and Unemployment  *Sunday December 09, 2012 @04:04PM  1
   attached to A US Apple Factory May Be Robot City
Re:No one cares  *Friday November 30, 2012 @09:17PM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Good Linux Desktop Environment For Hi-Def/Retina Displays?
Re:Much more than that  *Tuesday November 27, 2012 @02:21PM  1
   attached to Hairspray Could Help Us Find Advanced Alien Civilizations
Re:Yes and no...  *Sunday November 18, 2012 @08:52PM 1 1
   attached to Nintendo Wii U Teardown Reveals Simple Design
Sequenced pig?  *Thursday November 15, 2012 @02:13PM  1
   attached to Sequenced Pig Genome Could Help Combat Human Diseases
Socialism Worked in Star Trek  *Monday October 29, 2012 @09:16PM  1
   attached to Is Silicon Valley Morally Bankrupt and Toxic?
Re:Game Controls  *Saturday October 27, 2012 @02:29PM  1
   attached to Wired Proclaims the Death of the Game Console
Re:It's not that it's underpowered...  *Friday October 26, 2012 @03:33PM  1
   attached to Nintendo's Wii U Will Be Sold At a Loss
Re:Most Useful? No such thing...  *Saturday August 04, 2012 @09:16AM  1
   attached to Most Useful Scripting Language To Learn?
Re:Poverty rate  *Monday July 23, 2012 @05:53PM  1
   attached to Economists: US Poverty On Track To Hit Highest Level Since 1960s
Allow Me to Speculate  *Wednesday June 20, 2007 @05:51PM  1
   attached to News of Spore Delay Miscommunication
The Full Picture  *Monday March 26, 2007 @01:28PM  1
   attached to Diebold Sues Massachusetts for "Wrongful Purchase"
Re:Oblig. Terri Schiavo comment.  *Thursday May 25, 2006 @05:13AM  1
   attached to Drug Found to Aid Vegetative Patients

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