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Geeknet has announced it is now exploring "strategic alternatives" for its media outlets, which could lead to the company selling off the popular SourceForge, Slashdot and Freecode websites.
Rather than making lots of little posts, heres a big one with the latest from slashdot- some cool stuff. First up, a story about Military Healthcare Data being stolen from a defense contrator...
This is not news but very interesting article from ZDnet Nearly five years ago, a 21-year-old computer-science nerd named Rob Malda made his first postings on a Web site known as Slashdot....
Thanks PlanetNexiz for this one. Slashdot.org, the "news for nerds" Web site popular among software developers and Linux fans, said this week that it plans to use larger ads and offer a subscription service. ...