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OldHawk777
Reply to the BS-marketers: 'Enemies of Linux' Try To Undermine OS
03/09/05 9:38 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 398 Words

> Linux presence in the Commercial Market Information Technology (CMIT/s-mt) arena as a Wannabe in 1991, an acceptable OS since 1995,...

Master1492
Encrypt Sometime?
06/09/10 7:49 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 144 Words
OldHawk777
Reply: THANKS for "Open Source Meets Capitalism"
04/08/05 9:49 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 628 Words

Phillip Zimmerman gave US the PGP for PKI while at MIT in the late (I think) 1980s. For me, I consider both Stallman and Zimmerman "Great Americans" completly worthy of the "Presidential Medal of Freedom". Whoops, I digress, from the OSC is dynamic...

obwez
Re: Encrypted File Sharing: P2P Fights Back
12/01/04 5:08 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 139 Words

It is slow at file tranfers correct, but I can assure you no BayTSB can defeat this PGP style...

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What do you think of commercial spaceflight?
It's the best hope for advancing space exploration.
It's little more than a hobby for billionaires.
It will result in highly profitable new industries, like space mining.
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It should be heavily regulated by governments.