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Champaign Computer  *Tuesday January 09, 2001 @05:59PM  1
   attached to Whistler "Anti-Piracy" Tools Tie OS To Machine
SquidGuard  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @12:57PM  1
   attached to Censorware to be Mandatory in Schools, Libraries
Re:uhhh  *Thursday November 09, 2000 @09:22PM  1
   attached to Sun's (un)official response to .NET
VMIC  *Wednesday November 01, 2000 @08:44AM  1
   attached to Explaining The Symbiosis Between QNX RtP & Linux
It's Fermilab  *Friday October 27, 2000 @09:51AM  2
   attached to Mark Edel Answers Project Leadership Questions
Shared installation?  *Friday October 13, 2000 @08:57AM  1
   attached to StarOffice Source Released
Unless you need the optimizer...  *Thursday October 12, 2000 @10:10AM  1
   attached to An Open Letter from Bob Young
Re:widespread use  *Wednesday October 11, 2000 @10:37AM  1
Re:use mod_ssl  *Wednesday October 11, 2000 @09:45AM  1
   attached to On the Commercial Use of Apache and SSL...
Re:I think..  *Wednesday October 04, 2000 @05:21PM  1
   attached to Red Hat Claims They Started The Open Source Revolution
Re:Its been causing me grief  *Tuesday October 03, 2000 @04:36AM  1
   attached to Red Hat 7 Infested With Bugs
Re:EULA for books  *Monday August 28, 2000 @07:40AM  1
   attached to The Right To Read: Time Limited Textbooks
Re:What it is and why Linux won't run on it.  *Saturday April 22, 2000 @05:10PM  1
Re:What it is and why Linux won't run on it.  *Saturday April 22, 2000 @04:34PM  1
   attached to Quad G4 Boards
Re:Bravo Sun, Happy Birthday #4097810, Clueless /.  *Wednesday December 08, 1999 @07:18AM  1
   attached to When Corporate Meets Open Source
The real environmental threat on Long Island  *Monday October 11, 1999 @08:16PM  1
Re:Whats the energy?  *Monday October 11, 1999 @02:08PM  2
   attached to The Big Bang Generator That Wasn't

In less than a century, computers will be making substantial progress on ... the overriding problem of war and peace. -- James Slagle