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Re: Can Lessons from the Common Cold Help Us Defeat Computer Viruses?  Paul Korzeniowski  2004-02-26 09:34:22
Re: Can Lessons from the Common Cold Help Us Defeat Computer Viruses?  kmduncan  2004-02-26 09:50:13
Re: VoIP Vendors Warn of Old Regulation for New Technology  Jay Lyman  2004-02-26 02:06:48
Re: VoIP Vendors Warn of Old Regulation for New Technology  sirmaxx1  2004-02-26 09:27:04
Re: Proposed Racketeering Suit Against RIAA Called 'Absurd'  Gene J. Koprowski  2004-02-20 09:55:45
Re: Proposed Racketeering Suit Against RIAA Called 'Absurd'  sirmaxx1  2004-02-24 18:12:29
Re: Microsoft Targets Linux in Global Ad Campaign  John P. Mello Jr.  2004-02-18 09:52:12
Re: Microsoft Targets Linux in Global Ad Campaign  tvgemert  2004-02-18 10:59:45
Re: Microsoft Targets Linux in Global Ad Campaign  tvgemert  2004-02-18 10:00:19
Re: Friday the 13th Unlucky for Microsoft, Windows Users  Jay Lyman  2004-02-13 15:36:27
Re: Friday the 13th Unlucky for Microsoft; Windows Users Switch to LINUX  Sage1  2004-02-16 07:18:03
Re: Battle Over 'Windows' Trademark Likely To Continue  Gene J. Koprowski  2004-02-13 17:26:05
Re: Battle Over 'Windows' Trademark Likely To Continue  jonsaw  2004-02-14 00:13:17
Re: The Answer to Stopping Spam Is in Your Wallet  Sonia Arrison  2004-02-11 08:44:15
Re: The Answer to Stopping Spam Is in Your Wallet  iamjch  2004-02-12 10:21:17
Not even close to right....  perpeta  2004-02-11 16:42:02
Re: Microsoft Patches New Vulnerability, Worm Expected  Jay Lyman  2004-02-11 23:39:58
Re: Microsoft Patches New Vulnerability, Worm Expected  bangular  2004-02-12 00:01:28
Re: Microsoft Lowers Prices To Compete with Linux in Asia  Jay Lyman  2004-02-09 12:00:08
Re: Microsoft Lowers Prices To Compete with Linux in Asia  siris  2004-02-11 08:17:59
Re: Microsoft Lowers Prices To Compete with Linux in Asia  warmcat  2004-02-10 11:13:32
Re: Microsoft Lowers Prices To Compete with Linux in Asia  lordshipmayhe  2004-02-10 10:46:49
Re: The Rise of Palm: For Apple, the Road Not Taken  Rob Enderle  2004-02-10 10:11:32
Nice Try  georgelien  2004-02-11 02:03:58
Re: The Rise of Palm: For Apple, the Road Not Taken  dp123  2004-02-10 14:07:42
Re: The Rise of Palm: For Apple, the Road Not Taken  cesjr  2004-02-10 12:26:42
Re: The Rise of Palm: For Apple, the Road Not Taken  bex  2004-02-10 13:08:34
Re: The Rise of Palm: For Apple, the Road Not Taken  12345fu2  2004-02-10 11:32:29
Re: SCO's Suit Not All That Simple  Bob Mims  2004-02-10 11:19:52
Re: SCO's Suit Not All That Simple  copernicus  2004-02-10 12:54:04
Re: Goodmail CEO Richard Gingras on Stamping Out Spam  Jay Lyman  2004-02-09 08:05:31
Re: Goodmail CEO Richard Gingras on Stamping Out Spam  mat930  2004-02-09 08:24:38
Re: Nigeria to Battle Internet Scams That Taint Its Image  Thomas Crampton  2004-01-27 06:46:19
Re: Nigeria to Battle Internet Scams That Taint Its Image  cbmom21  2004-02-09 07:01:01
Re: Spam Filtering and the Plague of False Positives  Gene J. Koprowski  2003-09-30 04:48:23
Re: Spam Filtering and the Plague of False Positives  Pbanz  2004-02-09 01:17:30
Re: Spam Filtering and the Plague of False Positives  jayfish  2003-10-03 11:11:52
Re: Spam Filtering and the Plague of False Positives  donfitzgerald  2003-09-30 08:46:19
Re: Are Consumer-Grade Firewalls Really Secure?  Jack M. Germain  2004-01-23 00:17:45
Re: Are Consumer-Grade Firewalls Really Secure?  MJO  2004-02-06 00:47:57
Re: Microsoft's IIS Serves More High-Traffic Sites than Apache  Jay Lyman  2004-02-04 18:47:28
Re: Microsoft's IIS Serves More High-Traffic Sites than Apache  bangular  2004-02-04 19:06:56
Re: Microsoft's IIS Serves More High-Traffic Sites than Apache  5amYan  2004-02-05 11:47:05
Re: WiFi Standards Compete for Market Dominance  Paul Korzeniowski  2004-01-28 16:38:36
Re: WiFi Standards Compete for Market Dominance  wcaswell  2004-02-04 18:51:46
Re: WiFi Standards Compete for Market Dominance  Jacomo  2004-01-29 13:25:13
Re: WiFi Standards Compete for Market Dominance  Jacomo  2004-01-29 12:57:20
Re: WiFi Standards Compete for Market Dominance  mfinneran  2004-01-28 16:45:47
Re: Gadgets in the Superchip Age  David H. Freedman  2004-02-03 11:10:59
Re: Gadgets in the Superchip Age  fedrive  2004-02-03 11:12:39
Re: Beyond Propaganda: Deploying Linux on the Desktop  Rob Enderle  2004-01-21 13:45:59
Re: Beyond Propaganda: Deploying Linux on the Desktop  powerpenguin  2004-01-30 05:28:02
Congratulations to Rob Enderle  cypherpunks  2004-01-21 22:13:14
Propaganda  timransom  2004-01-21 17:49:44
Speaking of propoganda  cypherpunks  2004-01-21 17:49:44
Re: Speaking of propoganda  timransom  2004-01-27 12:30:41
Re: Speaking of propoganda  cypherpunks  2004-01-28 00:56:28
Re: Speaking of propoganda  cypherpunks  2004-01-29 00:53:55
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  Rob Enderle  2003-11-17 08:09:38
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  nileflowers  2003-12-18 13:21:00
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  ttraub  2003-11-20 16:53:39
Innovation and Open Source...  henryt  2003-11-19 13:27:50
Loss of Jobs to Asia  Frihet  2003-11-19 07:01:59
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  fearghals  2003-11-19 06:43:36
Technical Mythology  Frihet  2003-11-19 06:07:23
Analysts and Open Source  Haugland  2003-11-19 03:51:06
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  ibflyn  2003-11-18 22:02:36
VB Programmers....  bex  2003-11-20 09:26:29
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  cy3ttariA  2003-11-18 20:35:36
Absolutely correct  matdodgson  2003-11-18 19:12:04
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  joemama  2003-11-18 12:47:26
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  bex  2003-11-18 10:18:56
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  tungtung  2003-11-18 07:29:58
Open source enables Invention  ebiederm  2003-11-18 05:00:25
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  xinhes  2003-11-18 01:20:19
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  majorx  2003-11-17 21:42:11
IBM and the investor/analist sunpoenas  cypherpunks  2003-11-17 19:12:32
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  beaner  2003-11-17 18:18:32
SCOX's legal team's confidence level  zanzibarStand  2003-11-17 17:34:18
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  mick23  2003-11-17 15:54:33
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  Corey340  2003-11-17 15:38:25
Does Enderle have any credibility left?  cypherpunks  2003-11-17 13:43:59
Re: Does Enderle have any credibility left?  trebla  2003-11-17 19:38:13
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  heretic_ir  2003-11-17 12:34:10
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  cypherpunks  2003-11-17 13:48:02
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  beaner  2003-11-17 10:51:12
Enderle: Analysts are lying now or later  europe_user  2003-11-17 12:58:57
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  pmolina  2003-11-17 10:42:41
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  gatorarts  2003-11-17 10:32:32
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  cypherpunks  2003-11-17 17:48:11
Eberle has forgotten some basic innovations  danielpf  2003-11-17 10:22:49
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  sinp  2003-11-17 10:08:44
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  lborowski  2003-11-17 10:08:23
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  grahamt  2003-11-17 13:28:16
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  cypherpunks  2003-11-17 17:59:22
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  dkpatrick  2003-11-17 09:52:40
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  joebaker  2003-11-17 09:48:22
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  shades6662000  2003-11-17 09:36:04
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  minkwe  2003-11-17 09:28:50
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  ColinSaxton1  2003-11-17 09:18:28
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  shades6662000  2003-11-17 09:15:35
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  tungtung  2003-11-17 09:10:18
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  rkhalloran  2003-11-17 09:01:19
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  chemicalscum  2003-11-17 08:43:35
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  trebla  2003-11-17 11:47:23
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  trebla  2003-11-20 13:44:41
Re: Innovation and the IBM-SCO Subpoenas  trebla  2004-01-29 21:11:25

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