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Damn!  *Monday December 19, 2005 @05:36PM 1 2, Funny
   attached to Removing Obstacles on Joint Research
I think they meant....  *Friday July 22, 2005 @02:59PM 7 5, Insightful
   attached to Mac OS X Gaining Ground In Corporate Environs
Re:Magic Smoke?  *Tuesday December 28, 2004 @11:00AM  2, Funny
   attached to Poll: When do you read the instructions?
The Real Prize  *Tuesday June 22, 2004 @11:03AM  1
   attached to Google Plans to Reveal Some of its Code
Re:Question for answering machine fans  *Tuesday December 23, 2003 @08:26PM  1
   attached to Linux Toys
Re:True but....  *Wednesday November 19, 2003 @09:27PM  1
   attached to Does IT Matter?
Re:If it were me  *Thursday October 02, 2003 @06:28PM 6 5, Funny
   attached to Negotiating Pay for Open Source Work?
Re:Ducktape?  *Wednesday August 06, 2003 @04:04PM 1 1
   attached to Beginning Java Objects
Remember your history  *Tuesday January 07, 2003 @03:35PM  1
   attached to New SGI Altix 3000
Re:Paypal, CDNow, tons of examples come to mind  *Tuesday October 22, 2002 @05:52PM 1 1
   attached to RMS Urges Opposition to "Trusted Computing"
Re:all sorts of theories  *Sunday October 20, 2002 @04:53PM 2 1
   attached to More Evidence of Increase in Profound Autism
Re:Wait a minute...  *Tuesday July 23, 2002 @03:26PM  1
   attached to Schmidt Predicts Digital Sky Is Falling
Re:I'll be using one of my Christmas presents...  *Monday December 31, 2001 @01:41PM  1
   attached to New Years Marathons
Re:There needs to be a "0" option.  *Saturday December 22, 2001 @01:02PM 5 5, Funny
   attached to Poll: Years Using Linux
Great Quote from the WSJ  *Friday November 09, 2001 @05:56PM 1 5, Insightful
   attached to Microsoft Microsoft Microsoft
Less than, greater than, or equal?  *Tuesday October 30, 2001 @02:44PM 5 1
   attached to Ternary Computing
Re:ok, i'll bite.  *Friday October 19, 2001 @05:14PM  1
   attached to Quirky Engineers Gone the Way of the Dinosaur?

No hardware designer should be allowed to produce any piece of hardware until three software guys have signed off for it. -- Andy Tanenbaum