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Re:RTFA  *Friday February 15, 2013 @07:01AM  2
   attached to Driver Trapped In Speeding Car At 125 Mph
Re:exploit  *Thursday April 26, 2012 @10:55AM  2
   attached to Backdoor In RuggedOS Systems: Infrastructure, Military Systems Vulnerable
Re:So...  *Thursday October 06, 2011 @06:34AM  4, Interesting
   attached to Europeans Needed To Create Broadband Performance Measure
Re:cracked?  *Monday December 13, 2010 @09:20AM  2
   attached to ChromeOS Laptop-Smashing Ad Equation Solved
Re:Two reasons for SSL  *Tuesday June 29, 2010 @03:53AM  4, Informative
   attached to 22 Million SSL Certificates In Use Are Invalid
Math  *Wednesday March 25, 2009 @06:29PM 1 3, Informative
   attached to Internet Archive Gets 4.5PB Data Center Upgrade
Re:Quality Support?  *Saturday March 21, 2009 @10:15AM  2, Informative
   attached to Oracle's Take On Red Hat Linux
Re:Trust me!  *Saturday April 19, 2008 @12:14PM  1
   attached to Linus Announces the 2.6.25 Linux Kernel
Re:How do they get to minimal operating speed?  *Friday December 14, 2007 @08:53AM 1 1
   attached to How We Might Have Scramjets Sooner than Expected
Re:Two accounts, hardly using space and...  *Monday October 15, 2007 @10:37AM  1
   attached to Google Vows to Increase Gmail Limit
Re:Why?  *Saturday September 30, 2006 @06:54AM 2 4, Insightful
   attached to Apple iTunes Upsampling Higher Resolution Videos?
Re:The Cross Site Scripting FAQ  *Monday September 25, 2006 @10:35AM 2 1
   attached to Cross-Site Scripting Hits Major Sites
Re:Flight 505 to MacGyver City...  *Thursday August 17, 2006 @04:02PM 1 2, Interesting
   attached to Are Liquid Explosives on a Plane Feasible?
Re:Ok?  *Monday August 14, 2006 @10:50AM  1
Re:Ok?  *Monday August 14, 2006 @04:41AM 2 5, Informative
   attached to How to Crack a Website - XSS, Cookies, Sessions
Make sure to buy the non-compression card  *Sunday July 23, 2006 @09:03AM  1
   attached to A Memory Card Torture Test
Re:Clear up some of the FUD  *Wednesday April 19, 2006 @04:09PM  3, Informative
Re:practically speaking  *Wednesday April 19, 2006 @01:10PM 1 5, Insightful
   attached to Privacy Threat in New RFID Travel Cards?
Re:I wish  *Monday April 03, 2006 @01:17PM 1 1
   attached to Correct Thumb for Spacebar
Re:Limitations?  *Friday February 03, 2006 @09:23AM 1 1
   attached to VMware to Make Server Product Free (as in beer)
Re:Pop-Bottle Returns  *Monday December 05, 2005 @10:32AM 1 1
   attached to Barcode Scam Redux - Target's $4.99 iPod
Re:Not the same "RFID"  *Tuesday September 20, 2005 @07:31AM  2, Informative
Re:Not the same "RFID"  *Tuesday September 20, 2005 @07:15AM  1
Re:Not the same "RFID"  *Tuesday September 20, 2005 @03:23AM 1 3, Interesting
   attached to MasterCard To Distribute RFID Credit Cards

It appears that PL/I (and its dialects) is, or will be, the most widely used higher level language for systems programming. -- J. Sammet