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We lose money with every sale...  *Friday March 31, 2017 @12:10AM 2 4, Funny
   attached to Amazon and Walmart Are In An All-Out Price War That Is Terrifying Big Brands
The requirements will be as long as the code  *Thursday February 23, 2017 @11:33AM  2
   attached to Microsoft Research Developing An AI To Put Coders Out of a Job
Herding cats  *Thursday September 18, 2014 @04:58PM 2 2
   attached to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Steps Down
One more vote for Classic Shell  *Monday June 02, 2014 @04:22PM  2
   attached to Microsoft Won't Bring Back the Start Menu Until 2015
It kind of makes sense...but it doesn't  *Monday April 14, 2014 @10:11PM 2 5, Interesting
   attached to IRS Can Now Seize Your Tax Refund To Pay a Relative's Debt
Reflector is the way to go  *Wednesday March 05, 2014 @09:26PM 1 2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Reviewing 3rd Party Libraries?
Re:Excel's year 1900 bug  *Sunday March 10, 2013 @06:33PM  2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: How Many Time Standards Are There?
Badly named suite  *Saturday December 22, 2012 @07:28AM 2 5, Insightful
   attached to Microsoft Kills Expression Suite — And Makes It Free, For Now
What if the content is no longer retrievable  *Tuesday February 07, 2012 @05:26AM 2 2
   attached to Defendant Ordered To Decrypt Laptop Claims She Had Forgotten Password
Why?  *Sunday January 16, 2011 @09:08PM 9 4, Insightful
   attached to Cassandra 0.7 Can Pack 2 Billion Columns Into a Row
Monolith facts  *Thursday January 06, 2011 @04:34PM  2
   attached to Crowdfund a Moon Monolith Mission?
Re:Congrats, you might already be a Nature co-auth  *Wednesday August 04, 2010 @11:33PM 2 4, Funny
foldit can't be just a game  *Wednesday August 04, 2010 @11:28PM  1
   attached to Gamers Beat Algorithms At Finding Protein Structures
Bill always expected to give away his money  *Monday June 14, 2010 @04:02PM 1 5, Interesting
   attached to Bill Gates's New Version of the Einstein Letter
Some people are just very good at this  *Wednesday May 19, 2010 @05:10AM 2 5, Interesting
   attached to Foldit Player May Have Created a Useful Protein
Lost Story Telling  *Sunday May 02, 2010 @11:04AM 1 2, Interesting
   attached to "Lost" and the Emergence of Hypertext Storytelling
Why doesn't Google apply a global filter for CC#s?  *Saturday April 24, 2010 @06:26AM  2, Interesting
   attached to Blippy Exposes Credit Card Numbers Through Simple Google Search
Old typewriters didn't have a zero or one key  *Thursday January 14, 2010 @06:50PM  1
   attached to Does Your PC Really Need a SysRq Button Anymore?
Re:Zero was invented in India  *Friday January 08, 2010 @05:04AM  1
   attached to Mexico Wants Payment For Aztec Images
Article wrong, GMT correlation not wrong  *Monday October 26, 2009 @03:38PM 5 5, Informative
   attached to "2012" a Miscalculation; Actual Calendar Ends 2220
Only 10% of users even consider changing defaults  *Wednesday June 24, 2009 @01:41PM  1
   attached to On the Humble Default
Re:Taste  *Monday May 04, 2009 @05:41PM  1
   attached to Nuclear Testing Helps Identify Fake Vintage Whiskey
Re:Scientific?  *Thursday March 12, 2009 @04:22PM  1
   attached to Microsoft Says IE Faster Than Chrome and Firefox
Programmers at Microsoft suck  *Wednesday March 11, 2009 @05:26PM 1 1, Funny
   attached to Apps That Rely On Ext3's Commit Interval May Lose Data In Ext4

This is clearly another case of too many mad scientists, and not enough hunchbacks.