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Comment: Who wants this? - Navelpluis - 5/30/2014
Comment: Very interesting - Navelpluis - 5/22/2014
Comment: Re: Feeling it? - Navelpluis - 4/28/2014
Comment: But the icons…. - Navelpluis - 3/13/2014
Comment: What if…. - Navelpluis - 1/18/2014
Comment: Re: Mac - Navelpluis - 11/5/2013
Comment: Horrible squares…. - Navelpluis - 10/27/2013
Comment: Re: Cordwood - Navelpluis - 10/21/2013
Comment: Breaking up or down? - Navelpluis - 10/19/2013
Comment: Very good to share - Navelpluis - 10/4/2013
Comment: re: Altium, what have you done? - 10/18/2012
Comment: re: Altium, what have you done? - 10/18/2012
Comment: re: Altium, what have you done? - 10/18/2012
Comment: re: How random is random? - 1/6/2012
Comment: re: I’m in love! - 10/27/2011
Comment: re: Teardown: Inside iPhone 4S - 10/19/2011
Comment: re: Quality sucks doesn't it? - 8/18/2011
Comment: re: Quality sucks doesn't it? - 8/18/2011


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