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Are you kidding?  *Monday January 28, 2002 @06:31PM  1
   attached to Control Digital Audio With Turntables
Soundproofing  *Sunday December 23, 2001 @10:12PM 1 3, Insightful
   attached to Apartments for Techies?
Re:It's not the music that will sell this.  *Wednesday December 12, 2001 @03:59PM  1
   attached to Satellite Radio: Tune In or Turn Off?
Re:Attention Span  *Wednesday August 29, 2001 @06:33PM  2, Insightful
   attached to Why Can't LEGO Click?
Press Release != Article  *Tuesday August 07, 2001 @03:37PM  1
   attached to HDTV Over IP
Re:Me too! Me too!  *Wednesday July 25, 2001 @12:00PM  1
   attached to Akira Re-Released
Re:They just lost their corporate market  *Thursday October 12, 2000 @05:23PM  1
   attached to Sony's Latest VAIO Looks Like Barf
Destroy the Media!  *Monday October 02, 2000 @06:08AM  1
   attached to Techies Rampant on Drugs
Isn't MBONE a huge bandwidth hog?  *Tuesday September 26, 2000 @02:55PM  1
   attached to MBONE for Software Distribution?
Luddites vs. Plutocrats OR JohnKatz is confused.  *Thursday September 28, 2000 @07:11AM  2
   attached to The Return of the Luddites
Wait a minute, isn't this illegal?  *Friday September 15, 2000 @05:20AM  1
   attached to Boycott of Music Industry's Hacker Challenge Urged
Re:Palmtops...  *Thursday August 31, 2000 @11:52AM  1
   attached to Micropayment Wars Are Over... PayPal Wins?
Re:As a Kansas resident, I object to this  *Wednesday August 30, 2000 @01:40PM  1
But what next?  *Wednesday August 30, 2000 @01:03PM  2
   attached to Computer Makes Robot Offspring
Not only theses,but documents in the public domain  *Monday August 14, 2000 @01:07PM  1
   attached to 95 (thousand) Theses (for sale)
Re:Not Unlikely  *Tuesday August 08, 2000 @01:20PM  1
   attached to Danger in the Big Blue Room
Re:Python - designed for teaching  *Friday May 26, 2000 @10:53AM  1
   attached to Best Way to Get Kids Started in Programming?

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