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Re:Adds to the confusion  *Sunday August 31, 2003 @09:44PM  2, Interesting
   attached to Aethera 1.0
...and this is where Stallman gets it wrong  *Monday November 26, 2001 @11:31AM 7 5, Interesting
   attached to Stallman Responds To GNOME Questionaire
Re:Racism  *Tuesday September 11, 2001 @12:30PM 2 1
Re:New item on eBay  *Tuesday September 11, 2001 @12:20PM  1
   attached to Attacks On US Continued Reports
Re:browsers  *Monday August 20, 2001 @12:59PM 3 2, Informative
   attached to Linux Win In Schools
Re:The question is...  *Monday May 07, 2001 @05:38PM  1
   attached to OS/2 Sucessor eComstation Sees The Light Of Day
Re:But Will You Buy It?  *Thursday April 12, 2001 @09:09AM  1
   attached to Tribes2 and Alpha Centauri for Linux
Re:Video Gaming IS a Culture  *Thursday November 30, 2000 @11:57AM  1
   attached to Up, Up, Down, Down
It doesn't even work in their browser....  *Tuesday November 07, 2000 @12:21PM  1
   attached to Netscape 6 Fails to Support Web Standards
This probably won't change much  *Monday November 22, 1999 @03:59PM  1
   attached to OSHA Getting Tougher About Ergonomics
Re:Can't see it happening  *Sunday September 19, 1999 @06:03AM  2
   attached to Killing Off Linux: It's All Academic
That's simple enough...  *Sunday July 11, 1999 @08:09AM  2
   attached to Update to The Magic Cauldron
filter  *Tuesday April 20, 1999 @11:10AM  1
   attached to ISP Sues Spammer
People, check the date  *Thursday April 01, 1999 @07:36AM  1
LucasArts??  *Thursday April 01, 1999 @07:33AM  1
   attached to Web Sites Shut Down
IBM / Motorola are split on G4  *Monday March 15, 1999 @06:31AM  1
   attached to Motorola sues Intel
Oh, Hello Big Brother!  *Monday March 01, 1999 @06:08PM  1
   attached to Playstation 2 to compete with Pentium III?
Games  *Wednesday February 17, 1999 @11:49AM  1
   attached to Playstation 2 Specs

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