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Re: Microsoft vs. Linux: The Battle for Belief 8  claytantor   2003-09-19 09:52:56 
Re: Breaking the Speed Barrier: The Frontside Bus Bottleneck 3  StormImpact   2003-09-18 08:38:13 
Re: SCO Moves To Dismiss Red Hat Lawsuit 2  timransom   2003-09-16 15:44:07 
Re: Time to Rewrite the Rules of Telecom 2  patrizia   2003-09-13 06:22:07 
Re: SoBig.F Piles On the Worm Effect 2  AlTheEldr   2003-09-12 06:30:40 
Re: Microsoft Issues RPC Warnings, Updates 2  federico_1   2003-09-11 11:43:52 
Re: Virginia Tech Building Power Mac G5 Supercomputer 3  boltonrr   2003-09-10 07:48:05 
Re: Forrester Report Says Downloads Will Replace Discs 2  junkyarddog   2003-09-04 09:38:14 
Re: Swappers Beware: RIAA Set To Swoop 2  Bostondrct   2003-09-03 20:12:01 
Re: Upgrade and Archive: The Ongoing Threat of Data Extinction 3  RussB   2003-09-03 11:18:19 
Re: Electronics: A Voyage Of Discovery 2  fedrive   2003-08-25 16:41:18 
Re: Risking Innovation: DARPA in the Limelight 2  enticy   2003-08-25 06:33:49 
Re: Apple's Power Mac G5 Hits the Street 3  nx17890   2003-08-23 09:55:49 
Re: Spreading SoBig.F Variant Fastest Outbreak Ever 1  Jay Lyman   2003-08-21 10:29:11 
Re: SCO's Evidence Raises Questions About Case 6  gnoordman2   2003-08-21 09:52:54 
Re: Profile of the Superworm: SoBig.E Exposed 2  ladyff419f   2003-08-19 15:18:44 
Re: WiFi Is Open, Free and Vulnerable to Hackers 4  semsley   2003-08-19 11:19:16 
Re: RIAA Details Subpoena Strategy 2  semsley   2003-08-19 11:02:40 
Re: Internet Esperanto: Web Services Enter the Mainstream 2  hnealparker   2003-08-15 19:34:58 
Re: SCO Claims Copyright Trumps GPL 2  dspguy   2003-08-15 18:09:44 

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