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Let's welcome our new overlords  Friday February 17, 2017 @03:59PM  0
   attached to YouTube Will Kill Unskippable 30-Second Ads Next Year
Re:What are the best ways to stream line updates?  *Tuesday December 27, 2016 @07:42PM  0
Re:just one?  *Tuesday December 27, 2016 @07:01PM 1 0
Re: just one?  *Tuesday December 27, 2016 @06:58PM 1 0
What are the best ways to stream line updates?  *Tuesday December 27, 2016 @06:54PM 5 0
Re:just one?  *Tuesday December 27, 2016 @06:49PM 3 -1
   attached to Millions of Websites Vulnerable Due To Security Bug In Popular PHP Script
Re:Obvious Solution  *Monday December 12, 2016 @01:41PM  0
   attached to Microsoft Will Soon Start Bundling Drivers With Windows Store Games
Who likes chemex?  *Wednesday November 16, 2016 @03:24PM  1
   attached to Maths Zeroes in on Perfect Cup of Coffee
What!?  *Wednesday November 16, 2016 @05:35PM  1
   attached to In 5 Years, Games Experience Will Move From Discrete To Indiscrete, Says EA CEO
Testing  *Monday November 14, 2016 @12:54PM  1
   attached to The NHS's 1.2 Million Employees Are Trapped in a 'Reply-All' Email Thread
How do you get extra work?  *Friday October 28, 2016 @10:25AM 1 1
   attached to Seoul Considers Messaging Ban After Work Hours
Good  *Thursday September 11, 2014 @05:53PM 8 5, Funny
   attached to Net Neutrality Comments Surge Past 1.7M, an All-Time Record For the FCC
Re:Toddler Robot  *Monday December 31, 2012 @02:40PM  0
Toddler Robot  *Monday December 31, 2012 @12:43PM 1 0
   attached to Team Aims To Build Robot Toddler In Nine Months
Get out of the UN  *Wednesday August 15, 2012 @11:53AM  0
   attached to WIPO Broadcasting Treaty Back On the Table
Ron Paul 2012  *Tuesday April 10, 2012 @12:40PM 1 0
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Open Source Tax Software?
Re:Cyberwar? *yawn*  *Thursday March 01, 2012 @02:19PM 2 1
   attached to US, China Face Mutually Assured Destruction In Cyberwar

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