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Re:As often happens, ad well matches the topic  *Monday March 07, 2005 @09:16AM  1
   attached to EU Software Patent Directive Adopted
Are we all as stupid as Paris Hilton, I think not.  *Wednesday March 02, 2005 @03:17AM  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: I hate Paris Hilton
Re:Huh?  *Monday February 10, 2003 @01:44PM  1
   attached to Trail of Tears: MySQL, ODBC, & OpenOffice 1.0
Don't need games  *Tuesday January 28, 2003 @06:16AM  1
   attached to Is Windows Ready For Joe Longneck?
Re:OK, but which one?  *Wednesday August 29, 2001 @06:50AM  1
   attached to Windows-On-Linux Emulator Shootout
HP Omnibook 4100B  *Tuesday August 07, 2001 @03:12AM  1
   attached to Which Laptop To Buy?
Re:No one expected Yahoo to scale infinitely  *Tuesday March 27, 2001 @11:33PM  1
   attached to Is The Web Becoming Unsearchable?
Can we ask someone within PGP?  *Thursday August 24, 2000 @05:17AM  4
   attached to PGP Vulnerability Discovered
Protecting the rights of the media companies  *Thursday August 17, 2000 @05:23AM  1
   attached to The Web and the Olympics
Re:Does vmware count?  *Thursday October 28, 1999 @09:59PM  1
   attached to Worlds Slowest NT Server
Netscape 4.61 (Linux) and Cookies  *Tuesday October 26, 1999 @02:04AM  2
   attached to Cookies, Ad Banners, and Privacy
Re:Sounds possible..  *Wednesday October 13, 1999 @05:34AM  1
   attached to A Universal Networking Language for the Internet?
Re:The author doesn't have a clue  *Wednesday October 13, 1999 @04:28AM  1
Re:Jeez  *Wednesday October 13, 1999 @04:21AM  1
Re:Getting to the Root of the problem  *Wednesday October 13, 1999 @04:09AM  0
Re:Applying service packs unwisely???  *Wednesday October 13, 1999 @04:05AM  1
   attached to MSN Lists 10 Dumb Things NT Users Do
Look @ (was: HOWTO Community Writing)  *Thursday October 07, 1999 @10:14PM  1
   attached to Jane's Intelligence Review Lauds Slashdot Readers as Cyberterrorism Experts

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