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David Ashton
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re: Vote for the best June cartoon caption
David Ashton   7/15/2012 12:02:24 AM
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Here, but you're a bit late, the captions are in for June and we're just voting on the best one: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-blogs/design-contests---competitions/4374178/Caption-Contest-for-June-2012--Crumb-trail Have a go at the July Caption comp instead: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-blogs/other/4376729/July-caption-contest--engineering-building-blocks At the end of each section on the home page is a "More..." link, use that if you want to look at past comps or articles.

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jjgray   7/10/2012 9:04:03 AM
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hmm. Where do I get to see the picture we're supposed to be captioning?

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