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Member Since: March 17, 2010
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posted in October 2013

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Comment: Re: It's alive! - kfield - 10/27/2013
Comment: Re: Check Your Email - kfield - 10/27/2013
Comment: Your habit - kfield - 10/27/2013
Comment: Not just any old scope - kfield - 10/21/2013
Comment: Re: my first - kfield - 10/21/2013
Comment: The comic memoir - kfield - 10/21/2013
Comment: thanks! - kfield - 10/16/2013
Comment: Keeping Your Cool - kfield - 10/16/2013
Comment: At the ready - kfield - 10/16/2013
Comment: Re: Ferric Chloride - kfield - 10/16/2013
Comment: Re: my first - kfield - 10/16/2013
Comment: Re: EE Live! is alive - kfield - 10/15/2013
Comment: Re: EE Live! is alive - kfield - 10/15/2013
Comment: Re: EE Live! is alive - kfield - 10/15/2013
Comment: Re: Eeeekkkk!!!! - kfield - 10/15/2013
Comment: Re: Jellyfish - kfield - 10/15/2013
Comment: Re: Jellyfish - kfield - 10/14/2013
Comment: A wonderous thing - kfield - 10/13/2013
Comment: Re: First Jobs - kfield - 10/13/2013
Comment: Re: MEMS Markets - kfield - 10/8/2013
Comment: Live demo?? - kfield - 10/7/2013
Comment: Re: Great List! - kfield - 10/1/2013

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