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Re:Randomness is like Magic  *Tuesday November 29, 2011 @10:21PM 4 1
   attached to Physicist Uses Laser Light As Fast, True-Random Number Generator
Re:But its NOT centralized trust...  *Monday September 05, 2011 @06:12PM  1
   attached to Rogue SSL Certs Issued For CIA, MI6, Mossad
Re:They're all apeing OSX  *Thursday August 04, 2011 @04:04AM  2
   attached to Linus Torvalds Ditches GNOME 3 For Xfce
Re:Money  *Tuesday July 19, 2011 @05:03AM  1
   attached to Belgian Newspapers Delisted On Google
Re:The question nobody is asking  *Tuesday July 12, 2011 @05:46PM  1
   attached to How Investigators Deciphered Stuxnet
Illusion of dark matter  *Thursday November 26, 2009 @07:24PM  1
   attached to New Theory of Gravity Decouples Space & Time
Re:X11 has never been a problem.  *Wednesday November 04, 2009 @10:46AM  1
   attached to X11 Chrome Reportedly Outperforms Windows and Mac Versions
No hit-by-bus protection  *Tuesday September 01, 2009 @06:56PM 2 3, Interesting
   attached to Judge Won't Lower $5M Bail For Jailed SF IT Admin
Photographer maintains copyright  *Monday July 20, 2009 @05:04AM 4 5, Insightful
   attached to Why the Photos On Wikipedia Are So Bad
Re:What now?  *Wednesday July 15, 2009 @10:06AM  1
   attached to The Amazing World of Software Version Numbers
Re:Whining  *Tuesday July 14, 2009 @12:51PM  3, Funny
   attached to 6 Reasons To License Software Under the (A/L)GPL
Re:Apple viral marketing campaign  *Monday July 13, 2009 @12:05PM  1
Re:Apple viral marketing campaign  *Friday July 10, 2009 @07:33AM 1 1
   attached to Korean DDoS Bots To Self-Destruct
The fastest production car...  *Monday July 06, 2009 @03:30AM 2 3, Informative
   attached to Bugatti's Latest Veyron, Most Ridiculous Car on the Planet?
Re:Changed or not?  *Monday December 10, 2007 @09:33AM  1
   attached to What's New in Blade Runner - The Final Cut?
Re:I'm Not Sure I Buy His Analysis  *Thursday October 25, 2007 @06:21PM  1
   attached to Virtualization Decreases Security

Whom computers would destroy, they must first drive mad.