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    Automatic PC Desktop Management with Virtualization TechnologyLISA '05Monica Lam
    What's the Worst That Could Happen?LISA '05Peyton Engel
    Modern Trends in UNIX and Linux Infrastructure ManagementLISA '05Luke Kanies
    Incident Command for IT: What We Can Learn from the Fire DepartmentLISA '05Brent Chapman
    Under 200: Applying IS Best Practices to Small CompaniesLISA '05Strata Rose Chalup
    What's a PKI, Why Would I Want One, and How Should it Be Designed?LISA '05Radia Perlman
    What Big Sites Can Learn from Little SitesLISA '05Tom Limoncelli
    Building MIT's Stata Center: An IT PerspectiveLISA '05Garrett Wollman
    Computing on Amateur SatellitesLISA '05Bdale Garbee
    Scaling Search Beyond the Public WebLISA '05Qi Lu
    Homeland Security: Networking, Security, and PolicyUSENIX Security '05Douglas Maughan
    Human-Computer Interaction Opportunities for Improving SecurityUSENIX Security '05Ben Shneiderman
    Computer Security in the Real WorldUSENIX Security '05Butler W. Lampson
    Flying LinuxUSENIX ATC '05Dan Klein
    Possible Futures for SoftwareUSENIX ATC '05Vernor Vinge
    Linux and JPL's Mars Exploration Rover Project: Earth-based Planning, Simulation, and Really Remote SchedulingUSENIX ATC '05Scott Maxwell, Frank Hartman
    Enhancing Network Security through Competitive Cyber ExercisesUSENIX ATC '05Colonel Daniel Ragsdale
    Mac OS X Tiger: What's New for UNIX Users?USENIX ATC '05Dave Zarzycki
    10–20x Faster Software BuildsUSENIX ATC '05John Ousterhout
    NFSv4USENIX ATC '05Spencer Shepler
    Massively Multi-player Games and the Systems That Love ThemUSENIX ATC '05Mark Wirt
    DDoS Defense in Practice and TheoryUSENIX ATC '05Eddie Kohler
    Computer Simulations of Thermal Convection and Magnetic Field Generation in Stars and PlanetsUSENIX ATC '05Gary Glatzmaier
    Von Neumann's Universe: Digital Computing at the Institute for Advanced Study, 1945-1958 USENIX ATC '05George Dyson
    Lessons Learned from Howard Dean's Digital Campaign LISA '04Keri Carpenter, Tom Limoncelli