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Re: Microsoft to Shell Out $180M to Iowa Consumers 2  pjscott51   2007-04-19 09:21:09 
Re: Web 2.0, Part 1: The Definition Dilemma 2  spencer37   2007-04-09 18:28:27 
Re: Google Leaps Into Boob Tube Ad Biz 2  mkokernak   2007-04-07 08:05:33 
Re: Circuit City to Lay Off Thousands of 'Overpaid' Workers 2  avapcat   2007-04-02 21:06:38 
Re: Do Shopping Engines Turn Up Better Computer Hardware Deals? 2  biking4jesus   2007-04-02 15:37:25 
Re: Developing Best Practices to Combat ID Theft, Part 2 2  ideasware   2007-03-10 18:16:44 
Re: Dodging the Perils of Online Shopping 2  groze   2007-03-08 07:34:54 
Re: New Layers of Defense: ID Theft and Authentication, Part 2 3  JimmyJackFunk   2007-02-26 09:33:20 
Re: Omniture CEO Josh James on Web Analytics 2  analyticmatt   2007-02-26 04:36:29 
Re: Is That Really You? ID Theft and Multifactor Authentication 3  dmshaw   2007-02-26 03:33:39 
Re: Click Fraud: A Growing Nuisance for Web Advertisers, Part 2 2  ClickHawk   2007-02-23 12:53:55 
Re: Feds Target 'Credit Repair' Web Fraud 3  micah1955   2007-02-13 06:44:25 
Re: Click Fraud: A Growing Nuisance for Web Advertisers, Part 1 2  randyjohnson4   2007-02-11 17:23:06 
Re: Age of Abundance Requires Innovation 2  MarkProffitt   2007-02-05 01:02:32 
Re: Employers' Super Bowl Tab: $16 Million a Minute 2  kathleendmill   2007-02-02 14:23:25 
Re: Fox Subpoenas YouTube Over '24' Episodes 2  jhnstjas   2007-01-26 16:31:27 
Re: What Everyone Needs to Know About SOA 2  GB   2007-01-26 11:02:01 
long live morse code 1  n6hpx   2007-01-02 09:13:30 
Re: Holding the Torch for 'Dead' Morse Code 2  n6hpx   2007-01-02 09:10:45 
Re: Generation M's Surprising Struggle With Tech Literacy 2  AquaOSX   2006-12-24 01:27:29 

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