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posted in August 2013

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Comment: this is a test - kfield - 8/30/2013
Comment: Love this old stuff! - kfield - 8/29/2013
Comment: Good story - kfield - 8/29/2013
Comment: Re: naming - kfield - 8/28/2013
Comment: Re: How to Solder - kfield - 8/26/2013
Comment: Re: How to Solder - kfield - 8/26/2013
Comment: Re: How to Solder - kfield - 8/26/2013
Comment: Not seeing the point - kfield - 8/25/2013
Comment: Re: What, no LIlypad? - kfield - 8/25/2013
Comment: Re: How to Solder - kfield - 8/25/2013
Comment: Goat guy - kfield - 8/25/2013
Comment: Re: Spread the word - kfield - 8/23/2013
Comment: Double duty device - kfield - 8/23/2013
Comment: caption - kfield - 8/22/2013
Comment: What, no LIlypad? - kfield - 8/22/2013
Comment: Re: Had a great time - kfield - 8/18/2013
Comment: Re: Stayin' Alive - kfield - 8/18/2013
Comment: Re: Stayin' Alive - kfield - 8/17/2013
Comment: Build instructions - kfield - 8/17/2013
Comment: Distiracted - kfield - 8/16/2013
Comment: Re: Soldering class - kfield - 8/15/2013
Comment: Re: Soldering class - kfield - 8/15/2013
Comment: Re: Soldering class - kfield - 8/15/2013
Comment: Re: Lines of code - kfield - 8/14/2013
Comment: Soldering class - kfield - 8/14/2013
Comment: Fetid water - kfield - 8/14/2013
Comment: Lines of code - kfield - 8/14/2013
Comment: One Tweet - kfield - 8/14/2013
Comment: Wow factor - kfield - 8/13/2013
Comment: Re: TDQ - kfield - 8/13/2013
Comment: Entry details - kfield - 8/13/2013
Comment: Isn't tritium $$$? - kfield - 8/13/2013
Comment: Re: prank - kfield - 8/12/2013
Comment: Re: App number one - kfield - 8/12/2013
Comment: Re: Born an Engineer - kfield - 8/12/2013
Comment: Re: Smart People - kfield - 8/12/2013
Comment: Re: App number one - kfield - 8/12/2013
Comment: App number one - kfield - 8/11/2013
Comment: Re: Caption - kfield - 8/9/2013
Comment: Caption - kfield - 8/9/2013
Comment: Re: Locking fridge - kfield - 8/9/2013
Comment: Re: Locking fridge - kfield - 8/9/2013
Comment: Re: Locking fridge - kfield - 8/9/2013
Comment: Locking fridge - kfield - 8/9/2013
Comment: Re: scary robots! - kfield - 8/8/2013
Comment: Re: scary robots! - kfield - 8/8/2013
Comment: Chiphead is an icon - kfield - 8/8/2013
Comment: Housing question - kfield - 8/7/2013
Comment: Women in engineering - kfield - 8/7/2013
Comment: Emergency clip-on? - kfield - 8/7/2013
Comment: MIssing it this year - kfield - 8/7/2013
Comment: Re: Drones over USA - kfield - 8/6/2013
Comment: Re: Drum cards rule! - kfield - 8/4/2013
Comment: clip-on ties & more! - kfield - 8/3/2013
Comment: Ditto for many of us - kfield - 8/3/2013
Comment: DESIGN West display? - kfield - 8/3/2013
Comment: The demise of Sony - kfield - 8/2/2013
Comment: Arm TechCon - kfield - 8/1/2013
Comment: China devices - kfield - 8/1/2013
Comment: Re: Halloween Costume - kfield - 8/1/2013
Comment: Halloween Costume - kfield - 8/1/2013


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