21st > April > 2001 Archive

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FOTW: Nibbling at America's heel

From: Brendan Bird To: drew.cullen@theregister.co.uk Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2001 3:59 AM Subject: be warned. No niceness here Dear Editor, I was recently introduced to your service and thought it was quite good - until I read your pathetic comment on how the pilot of the Chinese plane involved in the recent incident …
Drew Cullen, 21 Apr 2001
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Guest Flame: Nosh in your knickers

Thanks very much to Stephen Constance for this week's bid for the flame hall of fame. We have reason to believe that Stephen is involved in the legal business, which would explain his poor command of the lingo. Any of our codebreakers want to have a go at this?
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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Who will notice when 3dfx is gone?

Letters On Tuesday we reported the effective demise of 3dfx, the graphics chips designer, with the sale of assets to arch-rival Nvidia We asked the (rhetorical) question: "Who will notice when it's gone?"
Drew Cullen, 21 Apr 2001
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Hello, John, want a new fighter?

Flights of fantasy
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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Let your staff surf porn…

Employers put the squeeze on porn surfers
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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SurfControl's ‘scare marketing’

SurfControl sales rocket by 200%
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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US discovers dictionary

May the false declaration be with you
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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DoubleClick cookies firmly in jar

DoubleClick beats back privacy suits Readers' Letters: Poison cookies?
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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Yank slams Reg European provincialism

America fully brainwashed by cybercrime FUD
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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Readers' Letters Jedi persecuted Down Under

May the false declaration be with you
Lester Haines, 21 Apr 2001
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EU to turn US e-tailers into Euro tax gatherers

The European Union is close to agreeing upon a tax on digital sales made over the Internet outside the EC to EU citizens, according to commissioner Frits Bolkestein.
Drew Cullen, 21 Apr 2001