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Re:So?  *Wednesday June 23, 2004 @02:31PM 1 4, Informative
   attached to Airlines Gave More Data Than Previously Disclosed
Re:Hooray for sarcasm  *Thursday January 18, 2001 @10:49AM  1
   attached to Remembering 36-bit DECs
Re:Look for abbreviations...  *Thursday October 26, 2000 @04:18PM  1
Re:Look for abbreviations...  *Thursday October 26, 2000 @08:51AM  1
   attached to Obtaining Guest Speakers for Users Groups?
RTcmix, MAX, and other stuff  *Friday March 24, 2000 @06:52AM  2
   attached to Making Music with Linux : Mastering, Bandwidth, and Synthesis
Re:Bring back the notion of patronage  *Friday March 24, 2000 @04:59AM  1
Re:Separate costs  *Friday March 24, 2000 @04:38AM  1
   attached to The Dark Side Of Napster
Re:My favorite part:  *Friday August 06, 1999 @06:00AM  1
My favorite part:  *Thursday August 05, 1999 @09:57PM  1
   attached to Fragmentation in the Windows World
Re:Open versus Closed doesn't matter here.  *Thursday August 05, 1999 @11:39AM  1
   attached to Salon on Open Source Medical Software
Re:Yes, Linux will meet the needs of mainstream us  *Wednesday August 04, 1999 @09:40AM  1
Re:Delivering for the mainstream  *Wednesday August 04, 1999 @09:36AM  1
True, but...  *Wednesday August 04, 1999 @04:34AM  3
   attached to Linux and the New Computing Order
Re:Is anyone else sick of _hearing_ about Linux?  *Monday August 02, 1999 @09:23PM  3
   attached to The Post-FUD Era has Begun
Re:Vindication!  *Monday August 02, 1999 @09:00PM  1
Re:Do what?  *Monday August 02, 1999 @08:52PM  1
   attached to Time's Man of the Century: Linus Torvalds?
It's not IRIX that killed SGI, nor is it Linux...  *Monday August 02, 1999 @01:14PM  2
   attached to SGI Introduces New 1400L Linux Server
reclaim! reclaim!  *Sunday June 06, 1999 @07:47AM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Another Word for "Hacker"?
hell....  *Thursday January 21, 1999 @03:30AM  1
   attached to Linux 2.2.0pre9

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