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re: Finger lickin' good
mac_cpt   2/20/2013 1:16:09 AM
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The obvious next step is to have active circuitry stuck on your fingernails. Let's not just stop with flashing LEDs but go for useful technology. Start with a clock, some data storage, credit card, ...

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re: Finger lickin' good
ost0   2/8/2013 8:16:39 PM
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First one looks real.. Second looks photoshopped, or maybe they are real smd components glued onto painted tracks?

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