Catch up on stories from the past week (and beyond) at the Slashdot story archive


Forgot your password?
Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Gödel, Escher, Bach  *Wednesday December 24, 2008 @12:03PM  1
   attached to Your Favorite Tech / Eng. / CS Books?
Re:How about pushing for open specs instead?  *Wednesday April 30, 2008 @12:51AM  1
   attached to Major PC Vendors Push For Open Source Drivers
Re:Remember when people coded for small memory use  *Tuesday March 18, 2008 @10:15AM  1
   attached to Firefox 3 May Be More Memory Efficient Than Either IE or Opera
Re:Apple's stance  *Sunday March 09, 2008 @09:18AM  2
   attached to Sun Is Porting Java To the iPhone
Re:Assembly isn't obsolete!  *Wednesday February 20, 2008 @03:57PM  1
   attached to Obsolete Technical Skills
Re:Use a different PDF viewer instead  *Saturday February 09, 2008 @03:25PM 1 1
   attached to Adobe PDF Exploits In the Wild
Rainbow tables  *Saturday February 09, 2008 @12:01PM  1
   attached to Making Use of Terabytes of Unused Storage
Re:Anonymity?  *Saturday November 17, 2007 @07:56PM  1
Re:Anonymity?  *Saturday November 17, 2007 @05:18PM 2 1
Guarentees ?  *Saturday November 17, 2007 @04:59PM  2, Interesting
   attached to Two Companies Now Offering Personal Gene Sequencing
Re:silly solutions to simple problems  *Saturday November 10, 2007 @12:40PM 1 1
   attached to MIT Reinvents Transportation With Foldable, Stackable Car
Re:well duh  *Thursday October 18, 2007 @01:19PM  1
   attached to Infrequent Anonymous Cowards Reliable on Wikipedia
I hope that editors are here to stay  *Tuesday July 17, 2007 @06:34AM 1 3, Insightful
   attached to Blogs Are Eating Tech Media Alive
Re:Two points  *Tuesday July 17, 2007 @11:03PM  1
Re:And the winner in all of this is . . .  *Tuesday July 17, 2007 @06:19AM 1 0, Troll
   attached to RIAA Directed To Pay $68K In Attorneys Fees
Ph34r DoS !  *Tuesday June 12, 2007 @02:48PM  1
   attached to Apple Safari On Windows Broken On First Day

Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards. -- Aldous Huxley