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Re:ETAk  *Friday June 26, 2015 @02:51PM  1
ETAk  *Friday June 26, 2015 @10:44AM 4 1
   attached to How Etak Built a Car Navigation System In 1985
Re:For Tech/Engineering  *Saturday July 05, 2014 @01:07PM 1 1
For Tech/Engineering  *Saturday July 05, 2014 @12:25PM 2 1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: How Often Should You Change Jobs?
Printers  *Saturday October 06, 2012 @01:39PM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Transporting Computers By Cargo Ship?
Re:There needs to be an award for this  *Thursday September 20, 2012 @12:57PM 1 2
   attached to Sophos Anti-Virus Update Identifies Sophos Code As Malware
Music streaming  *Tuesday June 19, 2012 @11:12AM  1
   attached to Young Listeners Opt For Streaming Over Owning
Eat your poison!  *Friday December 23, 2011 @02:15PM  1
   attached to New Study Confirms Safety of GM Crops
Charities  *Saturday December 17, 2011 @12:56PM 1 2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Most Efficient, Worthwhile Charity?
And what about Ham Radio?  *Sunday March 27, 2011 @02:50PM 1 1
   attached to Microsoft Sniffs Out Unused Wireless Spectrum
"PC World reports...."  *Monday July 05, 2010 @12:30PM  1
   attached to Reading E-Books Takes Longer Than Reading Paper Books
For DSL try Earthlink!  *Thursday December 11, 2008 @04:36PM  1
   attached to Broadband Access Without the Pork?
Mini mee too products  *Saturday June 07, 2008 @10:12AM  2, Insightful
   attached to The Future of Subnotebook Pricing
Does Comcast Hate Firefox?   *Wednesday July 18, 2007 @10:17AM 1 1
   attached to Does Comcast Hate Firefox?
Intelligent (???)cars  *Wednesday May 09, 2007 @01:01PM  1
   attached to Hybrid Cars No Better than 'Intelligent' Cars
ISP's and bandwidth  *Thursday April 05, 2007 @01:17PM 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: How Does Your ISP Handle Top-Usage Customers?
NEW Technology?  *Friday November 24, 2006 @03:08PM  2, Insightful
   attached to Regulating Nanotechnology In Cleansers

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