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On (14/06/05 09:21), Justin Mason didst pronounce:
> Joe Fitzsimons writes:
> > Maybe its just a reflection on how it was advertised in various countries.
>> that's certainly a red herring. Irish geek readers even have the
> advantage that Slashdot is written in their native language...
>I don't read /. at all, and I only found out about this through the
SpamAssassin dev list. I think it hit El Reg shortly after that though,
which I read regularly.
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #89: Electromagnetic energy loss
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