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Re:Yes, a variety of ways  *Saturday February 21, 2015 @02:33PM  2
Re:Judicial "system"?  *Saturday February 21, 2015 @02:22PM  2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: How Can Technology Improve the Judicial System?
Re:Linux was better when there was little funding.  *Saturday February 21, 2015 @06:50PM  2
   attached to Linux Foundation: Bugs Can Be Made Shallow With Proper Funding
Re:Everything old is new again  *Tuesday February 03, 2015 @11:05AM  2
   attached to Graphene Based Display Paves Way For Semi-Transparent Electronic Devices
Re:It doesn't matter what people think...  *Saturday January 31, 2015 @07:44PM  2
   attached to Most Americans Support Government Action On Climate Change
Re:Breakdown of adult interaction, oral tradition?  *Sunday January 25, 2015 @02:49PM  2
   attached to Americans Support Mandatory Labeling of Food That Contains DNA
Re:libressl-2.1.3  *Sunday January 25, 2015 @03:57PM 1 2
   attached to OpenSSL 1.0.2 Released
Re:Why not use Macports?  *Monday January 19, 2015 @09:16AM  2
   attached to Why Run Linux On Macs?
Re:Is this a US only problem?  *Saturday January 17, 2015 @07:28PM 1 2
   attached to FCC May Permit Robocalls To Cell Phones -- If They Are Calling a Wrong Number
Re:strawman; nobody's asking him to be "PC" or "ni  *Saturday January 17, 2015 @08:11PM  2
   attached to Linus On Diversity and Niceness In Open Source
Re:IDEs with a concept of 'projects'.  *Sunday January 04, 2015 @06:11PM  2
   attached to What Isn't There an App For?
Re:Editable scientific data?  *Sunday January 04, 2015 @07:11PM  2
   attached to The Next Big Step For Wikidata: Forming a Hub For Researchers
Re:Missing the point  *Sunday January 04, 2015 @12:50PM 1 2
Re:Encapsulation  *Sunday January 04, 2015 @12:43PM 1 2
Re:Encapsulation  *Saturday January 03, 2015 @07:18PM 1 2
   attached to Anthropomorphism and Object Oriented Programming
Re:C versus Assembly Language  *Friday January 02, 2015 @08:57PM 2 2
   attached to Red Hat Engineer Improves Math Performance of Glibc
Re:But *are* there enough eyes?  *Saturday January 03, 2015 @10:10AM  2
Re:Make that THREE other things  *Saturday January 03, 2015 @10:04AM 1 2
Re:not just many eyes  *Saturday January 03, 2015 @10:02AM  2
   attached to 2014: The Year We Learned How Vulnerable Third-Party Code Libraries Are
Re:Hilarious, but sad  *Tuesday December 23, 2014 @03:28AM  2
   attached to How Venture Capitalist Peter Thiel Plans To Live 120 Years
Re:What took them so long?  *Sunday December 21, 2014 @12:44PM 1 2
   attached to Cyberattack On German Steel Factory Causes 'Massive Damage'
Re:Cloud  *Saturday December 13, 2014 @05:00AM  2
Re:YES !!  *Saturday December 13, 2014 @04:53AM 1 1
   attached to Is Enterprise IT More Difficult To Manage Now Than Ever?
Re:hypocrisy   *Wednesday December 10, 2014 @11:17AM  2
   attached to Microsoft To US Gov't: the World's Servers Are Not Yours For the Taking

In less than a century, computers will be making substantial progress on ... the overriding problem of war and peace. -- James Slagle