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Re:"MySQL" considered capitalistic  *Tuesday March 21, 2000 @04:52AM  3
   attached to Michael "Monty" Widenius of MySQL Interview
Re:MCSE ?  *Wednesday March 15, 2000 @08:05AM  1
   attached to MCSE Revolt Over NT4-W2K Plans
Re:HA!  *Monday March 13, 2000 @10:09AM  1
   attached to Alias|Wavefront Ships Linux Software
Re:Volkswagon beetle  *Thursday March 09, 2000 @05:15AM  1
Re:New Patent: Beige  *Thursday March 09, 2000 @04:52AM  2
   attached to iMac Look Protected by Copyright
Oh, it rocks, then?  *Monday March 06, 2000 @05:41AM  0
   attached to Helix Code Launched, Gnome Packages Available
Re:Not for newbies; what is? (slightly OT)  *Thursday February 17, 2000 @06:36AM  1
   attached to Inside Java 2 Platform Security, Architecture, API Design and Implementation
Re:Why here?  *Tuesday February 08, 2000 @07:57AM  1
   attached to Interview: Ask Jon Katz Almost Anything
Re:You know what Jon Katz is?  *Friday January 14, 2000 @07:00PM  1
   attached to Jon Katz' "Geeks" Goes Hollywood
New worlds to crash expensive spacecraft into!  *Saturday December 11, 1999 @10:32AM  2
   attached to Life on the Moons of Jupiter?
Re:Gateway Qube  *Wednesday December 08, 1999 @12:11PM  1
Re:Gateway Qube  *Wednesday December 08, 1999 @08:08AM  1
   attached to Gateway Linux Microserver
Wasn't this invented in the 1940s?  *Friday December 03, 1999 @12:51PM  1
   attached to Live Streaming Network TV Online - in Canada
Beowulf Cluster  *Saturday November 13, 1999 @04:52PM  1
   attached to The Starchild Project Claims to Have Alien Skull
Serial Killers  *Friday October 29, 1999 @06:18AM  1
   attached to I Want Names for my Servers!
Re:Programming in not a visual activity  *Sunday October 17, 1999 @04:38PM  1
Re:WarGames nitpick  *Sunday October 17, 1999 @04:35PM  1
   attached to On Hollywood and the Portrayal of Computers
Scariness  *Monday August 09, 1999 @09:28AM  1
   attached to Lo-Tech Cinema

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