Bharat T. Motwani

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

My First Submission on /.

Wow,, finally the guys at /. (www.Slashdot.org) accepted one of my
submissions and its good to see my name on the /. front page..
Check out the /. page for
the article on History's Worst Software Bugs..

The submission is for an article on wired.com and its generated some
hits on my blog toooooo..
The wired article is at the foll. link

nnnnnnnnjoy..

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