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posted in September 2013

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Comment: Does Repo Man Count?? - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Managerial exercise - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Caption contest - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Technology history - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: 3D printing of food - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Re: NI Week - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Number of asteroids - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Re: Soldering class? - kfield - 9/30/2013
Comment: Re: Hear, hear! - kfield - 9/29/2013
Comment: Re: Great List! - kfield - 9/29/2013
Comment: Re: great story! - kfield - 9/27/2013
Comment: Hear from engineers - kfield - 9/27/2013
Comment: Re: Your Favorite? - kfield - 9/27/2013
Comment: Competition is fierce! - kfield - 9/26/2013
Comment: Great list here - kfield - 9/26/2013
Comment: The rain? - kfield - 9/26/2013
Comment: Re: agreed - kfield - 9/26/2013
Comment: Dual-use never optimal - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: But I needed to - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: Re: How it works - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: An electrifying story - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: Love this tv!! - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: Some require license - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: Great list of videos - kfield - 9/25/2013
Comment: Love it!! - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: Soldering skills! - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: ?? - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: He was wrong - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: More funny responses - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: What bait? - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: Pulled over by police - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: More!! - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: Delta question - kfield - 9/20/2013
Comment: Soldering class? - kfield - 9/19/2013
Comment: Magpie attractor - kfield - 9/19/2013
Comment: More details? - kfield - 9/18/2013
Comment: Re: And more - kfield - 9/18/2013
Comment: And more - kfield - 9/17/2013
Comment: Design West workshop - kfield - 9/16/2013
Comment: Remember Drivers Ed! - kfield - 9/16/2013
Comment: Exercise apps - kfield - 9/16/2013
Comment: List of companies - kfield - 9/16/2013
Comment: Re: Fragmentation - kfield - 9/16/2013
Comment: Re: Materials Science - kfield - 9/16/2013
Comment: Another note about Peg - kfield - 9/14/2013
Comment: Empowering engineers - kfield - 9/14/2013
Comment: Re: DIY car seats - kfield - 9/12/2013
Comment: Re: Have not retired - kfield - 9/12/2013
Comment: Elegant! - kfield - 9/11/2013
Comment: Wearable tech today - kfield - 9/9/2013
Comment: Re: Good advice - kfield - 9/9/2013
Comment: How many attended? - kfield - 9/9/2013
Comment: Cute puppy videos - kfield - 9/6/2013
Comment: Total price tag? - kfield - 9/6/2013
Comment: Too cool, literally? - kfield - 9/4/2013
Comment: Re: Congrats - kfield - 9/4/2013
Comment: Re: Great story. - kfield - 9/3/2013
Comment: Re: Great story. - kfield - 9/3/2013
Comment: Re: Speak to me - kfield - 9/3/2013
Comment: Design West workshop - kfield - 9/2/2013
Comment: Re: great story - kfield - 9/2/2013
Comment: Re: Happy Dance - kfield - 9/2/2013


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