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$4 Trillion to securitize the Global Engine?  *Wednesday September 09, 2015 @07:59PM 1 1
   attached to Researcher: The US Owes the World $4 Trillion For Trashing the Climate
Get the F out of the way and give them a comp day  *Sunday December 20, 2009 @02:01PM  1
   attached to When Developers Work Late, Should the Manager Stay?
Bletchley + Faraday museum + Greenwich  *Tuesday November 24, 2009 @06:07AM  1
   attached to Geek Travel To London From the US — Tips?
"New breed of contractors"?  *Sunday August 23, 2009 @02:21PM 2 2, Insightful
   attached to NASA May Outsource
Maginot Line  *Saturday July 04, 2009 @11:34AM  1
   attached to Behind the First Secure Quantum Crypto Network
Is this a trick question? ...been there, done that  *Friday June 05, 2009 @05:17AM  1
   attached to Protecting the Apollo Landing Sites From Later Landings
avoiding Windows...  *Wednesday December 24, 2008 @05:42AM  2
   attached to Configuring a Windows PC For a Senior Citizen?
of course, but peel back the onion a bit folks  *Sunday December 16, 2007 @11:35AM  1
   attached to Should Wikipedia Allow Mathematical Proofs?
No substitute  *Tuesday November 16, 2004 @09:36PM  1
   attached to Is The Lone Coder Dead?
Re:MOND  *Saturday September 04, 2004 @09:23PM  1
MOND  *Saturday September 04, 2004 @05:21PM 1 2, Interesting
   attached to Simulating the Whole Universe
It's about people and what they think they want  *Tuesday November 26, 2002 @10:13AM  1
   attached to Has Software Development Improved?
Re:Pencil and paper?  *Saturday July 07, 2001 @09:57AM  1
   attached to The Sliderule As Paleo-Geek Artifact

FORTRAN is a good example of a language which is easier to parse using ad hoc techniques. -- D. Gries [What's good about it? Ed.]