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Student Entrepreneur's Hawaii adventure

Simon Barker
11/15/2010 06:19 PM EST

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re: Student Entrepreneur's Hawaii adventure
Robotics Developer   11/21/2010 2:42:40 AM
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I would like to thank you for a great article! It made me want to be at the sensor conference. The article was nice in a few areas: good detail, obvious enthusiasm with the event, and a useful summary of the top three standouts.

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