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Date / TimeStory
Friday June 24, 2011 @09:11AM Caltech Scientists Measure Dinosaur Body Temp
Friday July 30, 2010 @04:46PM Slashdot Struggles to Remain Relevant
Friday April 17, 2009 @12:32AM James Bond Villain Data Center
Friday April 03, 2009 @02:32AM UI designers hired by Mozilla
Wednesday April 01, 2009 @09:52AM Guardian to close move to Twitter: April Fool?
Monday March 23, 2009 @01:09PM Against the odds ancient octopus fossils discovere
Saturday March 21, 2009 @01:39PM Mars Soil Frustrates Phoenix Again
Friday March 20, 2009 @11:26AM Slashdot's Vastu
Tuesday March 17, 2009 @03:57PM Slow Light = Fast Computing
Friday March 13, 2009 @06:55PM AOL to shut down Netscape support
Friday March 06, 2009 @02:54AM Screen with 180 degress field of view
Thursday February 19, 2009 @11:10AM RIAA litigation may be unconstitutional
Tuesday January 27, 2009 @09:02AM New Open Source FPS shows promise
Tuesday January 20, 2009 @09:13AM Sony Playstation 3 manufacturing not started yet?
Friday January 16, 2009 @02:48PM Circuit City To Liquidate All 567 Stores
Thursday January 15, 2009 @07:05PM Microsoft's XO Laptop Strategy... Huh?
Monday January 12, 2009 @11:18PM What's cooking in MSR: Microsoft Tag
Saturday January 10, 2009 @10:29AM Google Earth beaten by autorendering from photos
Friday January 09, 2009 @09:34AM Rick Boucher to chair House Internet Committee
Tuesday January 06, 2009 @10:00AM Another Linux Vendor Signs Patent Pact with MS
Friday January 02, 2009 @10:32PM Hackers Finally Unlock iPhone
Thursday January 01, 2009 @12:09PM CCC Create a rogue CA certificate
Monday December 29, 2008 @05:10PM Cryptol now available
Monday December 29, 2008 @04:39PM Biofuels make greenhouse gases worse
Wednesday December 17, 2008 @04:49PM A first look at Internet Explorer RC1
Thursday December 04, 2008 @04:30PM 'Greasemonkey' Malware Targets Firefox
Wednesday November 26, 2008 @10:22PM Rocketman Crosses Colorado Gorge
Tuesday November 25, 2008 @10:27AM Fedora 10 Released

If a 6600 used paper tape instead of core memory, it would use up tape at about 30 miles/second. -- Grishman, Assembly Language Programming

 



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