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David Ashton
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posted in December 2013

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Comment: Re: Returns - David Ashton - 12/31/2013
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Comment: Re: Greedy CEOs - David Ashton - 12/28/2013
Comment: Bill and Dave - David Ashton - 12/27/2013
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Comment: Greedy CEOs - David Ashton - 12/26/2013
Comment: Ah, Breakout boxes - David Ashton - 12/26/2013
Comment: Re: not so easy - David Ashton - 12/21/2013
Comment: Re: SR-04 modules - David Ashton - 12/20/2013
Comment: SR-04 modules - David Ashton - 12/20/2013
Comment: San Jose Venues - David Ashton - 12/19/2013
Comment: Mining? - David Ashton - 12/17/2013
Comment: 3D Scanners?? - David Ashton - 12/16/2013
Comment: Re: My A-Ha moment - David Ashton - 12/14/2013
Comment: Re: Tempted? - David Ashton - 12/12/2013
Comment: Re: Tempted? - David Ashton - 12/11/2013
Comment: Re: Tempted? - David Ashton - 12/11/2013
Comment: Re: Whew! - David Ashton - 12/11/2013
Comment: Re: Whew! - David Ashton - 12/11/2013
Comment: Re: Good scanner - David Ashton - 12/11/2013
Comment: A-HA! - David Ashton - 12/11/2013
Comment: Re: Good scanner - David Ashton - 12/10/2013
Comment: Re: Cover Art - David Ashton - 12/10/2013
Comment: Dec caption comp - David Ashton - 12/9/2013
Comment: Dec Caption Comp - David Ashton - 12/6/2013
Comment: Re: Call me... - David Ashton - 12/6/2013
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Comment: Re: Call me... - David Ashton - 12/5/2013
Comment: Voltages? - David Ashton - 12/4/2013
Comment: Touch displays - David Ashton - 12/4/2013
Comment: Not listening - David Ashton - 12/3/2013


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