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[Bglug] Re: Message for Daniel Dickinson

2006-12-07 15:00

On Wed, Oct 04, 2006 at 10:50:49AM -0400, Rashkae wrote:
> Hey Dan
>
> I'm having trouble replying to your e-mail... (Kicks Sorbs)
>
> Can you give me a call? Daytime phone is (519) 538-5254 ext. 118.

[Bglug] Message for Daniel Dickinson

2006-12-07 15:00

Hey Dan

I'm having trouble replying to your e-mail... (Kicks Sorbs)

Can you give me a call? Daytime phone is (519) 538-5254 ext. 118.

Thanks.

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[Bglug] Message for Daniel Dickinson

2006-12-07 15:00

Hey Dan

I'm having trouble replying to your e-mail... (Kicks Sorbs)

Can you give me a call? Daytime phone is (519) 538-5254 ext. 118.

Thanks.

_______________________________________________

[Bglug] Locking Perl DBM databases

2006-12-07 15:00

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Hi all (especially Dan),

In talking about the owen sound new year's teen dance we discussed what
would be necessary for a database and concluded that while dbm would be

[Bglug] Locking Perl DBM databases

2006-12-07 15:00

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Hash: SHA1

Hi all (especially Dan),

In talking about the owen sound new year's teen dance we discussed what
would be necessary for a database and concluded that while dbm would be

[Bglug] Anti-DRM Day

2006-12-07 15:00

In the grand tradition of making up your own holiday's whenever you feel like it, today is Anti-DRM day. From Boing Boing:

Today is October 3, the International Day Against DRM -- the first global day where people rise up and say no to anti-copying technology that treats you like a crook. Remember, DRM doesn't stop "piracy" -- the only people who get DRM infections are people who don't pirate their media. You get DRM by buying your movies, music, games and books through authorized channels -- the stuff you download from P2P or buy off of a blanket at a flea-market has already had the DRM cracked off of it. They say that DRM "keeps honest people honest" -- but all it does is keep honest people in chains.

[Bglug] Anti-DRM Day

2006-12-07 15:00

In the grand tradition of making up your own holiday's whenever you feel like it, today is Anti-DRM day. From Boing Boing:

Today is October 3, the International Day Against DRM -- the first global day where people rise up and say no to anti-copying technology that treats you like a crook. Remember, DRM doesn't stop "piracy" -- the only people who get DRM infections are people who don't pirate their media. You get DRM by buying your movies, music, games and books through authorized channels -- the stuff you download from P2P or buy off of a blanket at a flea-market has already had the DRM cracked off of it. They say that DRM "keeps honest people honest" -- but all it does is keep honest people in chains.

Re: [Bglug] October Meeting, Tuesday 3 October 7 PM at Joe Tomatos

2006-12-07 15:00

On Mon, 02 Oct 2006 17:13:53 -0400
Andrew Howlett wrote:

> Hi All:
>
... I haven't planned anything. I need to ask you for some help:
>

My partner Marthanne has asked whether she can come to the meeting and take a few minutes to make an interesting proposal.

Re: [Bglug] October Meeting, Tuesday 3 October 7 PM at Joe Tomatos

2006-12-07 15:00

On Mon, 02 Oct 2006 17:13:53 -0400
Andrew Howlett wrote:

> Hi All:
>
... I haven't planned anything. I need to ask you for some help:
>

My partner Marthanne has asked whether she can come to the meeting and take a few minutes to make an interesting proposal.

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