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Re: You Could Be File-Sharing More Than You Think 2  SimonMorris   2009-05-14 10:10:53 
Re: Twitter and the Future of Discourse, Part 2 2  GregorAnton   2009-05-12 22:40:29 
Re: Number-Crunching Search Engine WolframAlpha Preps for Launch 2  cazoodle   2009-05-12 12:31:04 
Re: The Irony of Failure: Apple, Microsoft ... and Google? 17  philogos   2009-05-12 09:29:03 
Re: Xerox Goes for the Green With Crayon-Like Printer Ink 3  XiroMisho   2009-05-10 04:05:53 
Re: Twitter Search Leaves the Nest for Linked Pages 2  hemet   2009-05-09 16:22:29 
Re: Still Hunting for the Perfect E-Reader 3  sharobo   2009-05-09 06:59:16 
Re: Kindle Could Be the Big E-Reader That Could 3  candide08   2009-05-08 08:49:19 
Re: Fuel Shortage Could Cause Deep Space Missions to Sputter 2  wildcatherder   2009-05-08 08:25:10 
Re: Can Jumbo Kindle Save Students' Backs - and the Newspaper Industry's Neck? 3  Kagehi   2009-05-06 15:29:01 
Re: The Tower of Techno-Babel: What Languages Do Devs Love Now? 7  nonecms   2009-05-04 03:22:48 
Re: Microsoft Gives Windows 7 Some Spit and Polish 5  jclaire1940   2009-05-01 14:52:36 
Re: Tweeters in Flight: Does Twitter Have Staying Power? 2  nottellin   2009-04-29 14:38:43 
Re: Apple Shakes Baby, Kills Freedom of Speech 25  RobEnderle   2009-04-29 09:22:39 
Re: ZeeVee's Zinc Browser Gets Web TV Right 2  bugmenot   2009-04-29 07:19:18 
Re: Facebook Lets Devs Swim in User Info Streams 2  karenlouisereid   2009-04-28 16:44:53 
Re: HP Targets SMBs With Low-Cost Laptop Line 2  nosake   2009-04-28 14:07:26 
Re: IBM Supercomputer to Match Critical Thinking Wits With 'Jeopardy' Wonks 2  josephmartins   2009-04-28 09:14:21 
Re: Is Five Nines Feasible for SMBs? 3  enovikoff   2009-04-28 08:39:20 
Re: An Open Letter to Apple and AT&T Boards of Directors 5  bryce1806   2009-04-28 06:40:27 

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Critically Important - I will not shop at an establishment that does not provide curbside service.
Quite Important - During the pandemic I prefer not to go inside a physical location. Still, I will consider a business that does not offer curbside service.
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