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Woohoo we're famous!

sengan posted more than 15 years ago | from the time-to-add- dept.

It's funny.  Laugh. 0

Jon Abbott writes "I know, this isn't the most *exciting* thing in the world, but hey it's cool. over at wombat.doc.ic.ac.uk, where they have the "Free On-line Dictionary of Computing", I've convinced them to add "slashdot effect" to the dictionary! They even bash IIS! :^) The definition can be found at: link " In humour of a somewhat different kind go here to see Microsoft's response to the Halloween documents ("The existence of these documents demonstrates the vigorous competition that exists in the OS industry.") and a gob-shot of that omnipresent Ed Muth. Thanks to Javier Alvarado for the link.

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