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Re:Privacy Issues  *Monday August 22, 2005 @12:06PM 2 4, Interesting
   attached to Google Releases GDS 2.0
Re:Great, a new source of exploits  *Wednesday August 11, 2004 @02:02PM  2, Insightful
   attached to Mozilla Starts Work On XForms
Re:Performance comparisons...  *Wednesday September 03, 2003 @03:18PM  1
   attached to Virginia Tech Announces Supercomputer Plans
The client doesn't control the Future of Java  *Thursday January 23, 2003 @11:26AM 2 5, Interesting
   attached to The Future of Java?
Re:Low-resolution thread concurrency?  *Tuesday June 25, 2002 @10:52AM  1
   attached to Virtual Machine Design and Implementation in C/C++
Re:My Criticisms of Java...  *Monday June 05, 2000 @09:38AM  2
   attached to C Faces Java In Performance Tests
Re:Which cave were you living in all this time?  *Sunday May 28, 2000 @08:03PM  2
   attached to Open-Source != Security; PGP Provides Example
Re:Broken Disk Storage Model  *Thursday March 02, 2000 @06:43AM  1
   attached to Microsoft Invents Symbolic Links
Why it is taking so long (Was Re:Mike Shaver...)  *Thursday January 13, 2000 @07:38AM  1
   attached to Mike Shaver Leaving Mozilla
Windows Calculator  *Wednesday November 10, 1999 @12:17PM  1
   attached to Everything Microsoft
Re:Take microeconomics again...  *Monday August 23, 1999 @11:34AM  1
Disabling SMP not wrong, nor necessarily bad.  *Monday August 23, 1999 @08:04AM  1
   attached to Petition Intel Not to Disable SMP Celerons
Re:penny size cd's will lead to 1 inevitable probl  *Friday July 30, 1999 @10:45AM  1
   attached to Penny-size 180 GB CDROMs
Re:Best language I've never used.  *Friday May 28, 1999 @05:33AM  1
   attached to IBM VisualAge for Java for Linux
Requests  *Thursday April 22, 1999 @11:31AM  3
   attached to Oracle Benchmarks: Linux vs NT
The usefulness of college/university  *Monday April 12, 1999 @11:23AM  1
   attached to Do Geeks Need College?
Re: ICQ - IH8U  *Monday January 04, 1999 @02:18PM  1
   attached to Open Real Time Messaging System

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