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ESC Boston becomes rich tech carnival next month

8/16/2011 08:58 PM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff
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nicolas.mokhoff   8/24/2011 8:37:33 PM
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Plan ahead and use a GPS to navigate among the four design conferences and get in on the possibility of winning a Chevy Volt: http://esc.eetimes.com/boston/driveforinnovation; that's definite fun drive.

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Steven Dean   8/24/2011 7:22:45 PM
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I'm ready for this Nicolas! This will be fun!

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