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Re:They just can't do it, cap'n!  *Tuesday March 05, 2013 @02:52PM 2 2
   attached to Why Can't Intel Kill x86?
Re:Where is the line?  *Tuesday July 31, 2012 @10:50AM  2
   attached to ACLU Questions Privacy of License Plate Scanners
Design your own?  *Wednesday June 13, 2012 @03:35PM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Why Are Hearing Aids So Expensive?
Maybe, just maybe  *Thursday August 19, 2010 @04:04PM 11 3, Interesting
   attached to Calling Shenanigans On Super SATA's Claimed Audio Qualities
Is there at least some kind of vault storage  *Tuesday July 27, 2010 @02:41PM 1 1
   attached to Free Software, a Matter of Life and Death
make your own asset tracker?  *Tuesday July 06, 2010 @12:02PM  1
   attached to Good IC / Electronic Component Inventory Software?
Re:Spec needs to be clearer  *Sunday April 06, 2008 @07:44AM  1
Spec needs to be clearer  *Sunday April 06, 2008 @06:36AM 4 5, Insightful
   attached to Unique Broadband Over Powerline Project Planned For Mosques
Re:Completely disagree  *Monday March 10, 2008 @12:58PM  1
   attached to IT Labor Shortage Is Just a Myth
Re:I've seen it happen  *Saturday September 15, 2007 @07:21AM  1
   attached to The Many Paths To Data Corruption
Re:Not really surprising  *Sunday July 15, 2007 @06:25PM 1 2, Interesting
   attached to Patents Don't Pay
Re:Product recall  *Thursday June 28, 2007 @05:02PM  1
Re:Product recall  *Thursday June 28, 2007 @10:16AM  1
   attached to Theo de Raadt Details Intel Core 2 Bugs
Re:Still loss of quality  *Sunday October 29, 2006 @12:32PM  1
   attached to AnalogWhole, an Alternative To FairUse4WM
More on testing SD flash memory  *Saturday July 22, 2006 @02:38PM  3, Interesting
   attached to A Memory Card Torture Test

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