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Comment: Re: AP wars - perl_geek - 9/23/2016
Comment: Hidden Figures - perl_geek - 9/20/2016
Comment: Teaching teachers - perl_geek - 9/19/2016
Comment: Fuel taxes - perl_geek - 9/7/2016
Comment: Re: Ah yes CP/M - perl_geek - 9/1/2016
Comment: First for tunes? - perl_geek - 8/12/2016
Comment: Not just EEs - perl_geek - 8/4/2016
Comment: Career choice - perl_geek - 8/3/2016
Comment: Sarnoff - perl_geek - 8/3/2016
Comment: Classification - perl_geek - 7/21/2016
Comment: Colour codes - perl_geek - 7/19/2016
Comment: Graphics chips? - perl_geek - 7/19/2016
Comment: Overpaying - perl_geek - 7/18/2016
Comment: Do it backwards? - perl_geek - 7/14/2016
Comment: Emergency patch - perl_geek - 7/4/2016
Comment: Subversive medics - perl_geek - 6/27/2016
Comment: Photography course - perl_geek - 6/24/2016
Comment: Not a game - perl_geek - 6/17/2016
Comment: Contrarians - perl_geek - 6/16/2016
Comment: Language mangling - perl_geek - 6/8/2016
Comment: Really real-time? - perl_geek - 6/7/2016
Comment: Efficiency numbers - perl_geek - 6/4/2016
Comment: Pressure - perl_geek - 5/25/2016
Comment: Base Humour - perl_geek - 5/17/2016
Comment: IT joke - perl_geek - 5/16/2016
Comment: Re: PE - perl_geek - 5/13/2016
Comment: Re: 13th Floor - perl_geek - 5/11/2016
Comment: Reliable rockets - perl_geek - 5/10/2016
Comment: Re: 13th Floor - perl_geek - 5/10/2016
Comment: Successful systems - perl_geek - 5/6/2016
Comment: Promises, promises - perl_geek - 5/3/2016
Comment: Hogmanay? - perl_geek - 4/28/2016
Comment: Multi-tool - perl_geek - 4/28/2016
Comment: Parallela board? - perl_geek - 4/26/2016
Comment: Re: Hidden goal - perl_geek - 4/25/2016
Comment: Poetry, thwarted - perl_geek - 4/22/2016
Comment: Re: AMD goes ARM? - perl_geek - 4/22/2016
Comment: Bi-directional? - perl_geek - 4/20/2016
Comment: True decimation - perl_geek - 4/20/2016
Comment: Re: EE Times answer - perl_geek - 4/17/2016
Comment: Re: Fixing C - perl_geek - 4/13/2016
Comment: Re: My beginnings - perl_geek - 4/12/2016
Comment: Buyinh insurance - perl_geek - 4/11/2016
Comment: ELTs - perl_geek - 4/6/2016
Comment: Economics - perl_geek - 3/29/2016
Comment: POOTLEs - perl_geek - 3/26/2016
Comment: Origami - perl_geek - 3/26/2016


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