Tough on Grease but Easy on Web Servers

Linux Journal talks with Ben Galbraith about Asynchronous JavaScript And XML, more commonly known as Ajax.
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-- Kevin Bedell Editor in Chief, Linux Journal "Imagination is more important than knowledge" - Albert Einstein http://www.kbedell.com

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ToughOnGrease.com is for sale This is a very common term used with grease cutting products.Advertise it and if the buyer tells us he saw it through you I'll give you 10%. The sale price is $3,700,000 u.s
Have a lot more a couple are MobileTransfers.com RapidFTP.com Have about 200 names for sale right now but need promoting.

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