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Submarine Patrol 105 Days  *Wednesday July 15, 2009 @01:20PM 4 5, Informative
   attached to Six Men Endure 105-Day Mars Flight Simulator
PostgreSQL gets my vote  *Friday May 23, 2008 @10:01AM  1
   attached to To Whom Should I Donate?
Re:I don't need no browser  *Wednesday April 02, 2008 @10:16PM 1 1
   attached to Firefox 3 Beta 5 Released
Wireframe tray  *Wednesday November 14, 2007 @01:33PM  1
   attached to Lap Desks
Schaum's Outlines  *Sunday October 14, 2007 @11:14PM 1 1
   attached to Best Way To Teach Oneself Math?
Ready To Start  *Friday October 05, 2007 @04:21PM 1 2, Informative
   attached to What is the Best Way to Start a Paid GPL Project?
Re:Great - BUT: Flash Player *still* not open-sour  *Wednesday October 03, 2007 @10:26AM  1
   attached to Adobe Releases Flex Builder Linux Alpha
Re:I welcome...  *Monday October 01, 2007 @09:47AM 1 1
   attached to The World's Languages Are Fast Becoming Extinct
GPL  *Thursday April 19, 2007 @02:08PM 2 0, Offtopic
   attached to Selecting a Software Licence?
Re:Give Me The Desktop  *Monday April 09, 2007 @11:42PM 1 1
   attached to People Don't Hate to Make Desktop Apps, Do They?
Unpopped will pop second time  *Saturday April 23, 2005 @12:06AM  1
   attached to Scientists Solve Riddle of Unpopped Popcorn
Schaum's Outline Series  *Saturday December 18, 2004 @09:03PM  1
   attached to Geek Books as Holiday Gifts
Re:Pervasiveness of English  *Friday March 05, 2004 @01:30PM  2, Insightful
Re:Pervasiveness of English  *Friday March 05, 2004 @01:24PM  2, Informative
   attached to Tokyo Narita Airport Gets PDA Voice Translators
Re:CVS cons?  *Tuesday December 30, 2003 @04:01PM  1
   attached to Pragmatic Version Control Using CVS
Re:Quick Mind-Translation (Microsoftish, though)  *Saturday December 27, 2003 @02:38PM 1 1
   attached to Make More Mistakes
Re:They've gone elsewhere  *Wednesday November 12, 2003 @08:24PM 2 1
   attached to OSNews Rates Fedora Core 1 Mild Disappointment

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