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Re:Further information from kaos.theory  *Tuesday January 17, 2006 @01:59AM  2, Informative
Further information from kaos.theory  *Tuesday January 17, 2006 @01:54AM 3 3, Informative
   attached to Anonym.OS a Boon for Privacy Geeks?
Technophobia? Here?  *Friday June 21, 2002 @12:07PM 1 2, Funny
   attached to Handhelds for Students?
Re:What if we don't own the routers?  *Tuesday October 23, 2001 @07:29PM  1
   attached to CERT Finds Routers Increasingly Being Cracked
Re:Pentium 1 cluster  *Thursday October 04, 2001 @06:17PM  1
   attached to Truly Off-The -Shelf PCs Make A Top-500 Cluster
Do you have time for this?  *Tuesday May 22, 2001 @02:10PM  1
   attached to Software Tracks Kids At School
Re:I think you overestimate their chances  *Monday April 30, 2001 @04:02PM  1
   attached to Brewing Storm: Stealth, ISPs And Copyright
Speaking of convergence fantasies  *Thursday April 26, 2001 @07:38AM  3
   attached to Linux for the PlayStation2:It's Official
Re:am i a nerd??  *Friday December 29, 2000 @07:11AM  2
   attached to The Average Slashdot Reader Answers  *Friday December 29, 2000 @07:40AM  1
   attached to Is There A Cisco-IOS Emulator?
School and courses  *Tuesday December 26, 2000 @10:30AM  1
   attached to Ask an Ordinary Teenage Slashdot User
Re:I heard you CAN...  *Sunday September 10, 2000 @02:42PM  1
   attached to DeCSS Source Mass-Posted to Usenet
All-in-one... For a price  *Monday August 14, 2000 @05:22PM  1
   attached to GNOME, Security, Linux, and Cable Modems?
Re:Abusing slashdot to push your political agenda?  *Sunday August 06, 2000 @08:20AM  1
   attached to 2600 Staffer Arrested During Republican Convention
Much like the lawsuits against gun manufacturers..  *Wednesday March 29, 2000 @06:59PM  1
   attached to Microsoft And US Have Until April 6 To Make A Deal
news for nerds is news for me  *Thursday March 09, 2000 @02:56PM  0
   attached to Linsider Launched

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