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Re: Halloween Costume
kfield   8/1/2013 8:03:57 PM
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Me too Maybe we should work on Halloween costumes for ARM TechCon?

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Caleb Kraft   8/1/2013 7:57:40 PM
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I keep saying I'm going to do something awesome and complex like this, but I never end up devoting the time to it. I really should dang it!

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Halloween Costume
kfield   8/1/2013 2:11:39 PM
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Wow this halloween costume is a far cry from those of my youth when a plastic mask and thin shiny full body suit from Woolworths was the standard fare. Or one sewn by your mom.

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Happy Birthday, BeagleBoard
Susan Rambo   8/1/2013 1:39:23 PM
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Thanks for this slideshow of 10 best BeagleBoard projects. It's amazing the creativity out there. May BeagleBoard inspire more DIYers for many years to come.

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