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Charles Murray
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Re: Synchronized beanies
Charles Murray   4/10/2013 6:43:08 PM
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I could imagine seeing thousands of these things at the Consumer Electronics Show. Every engineer should have one.

Jennifer Campbell
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Re: Synchronized beanies
Jennifer Campbell   4/10/2013 4:39:48 PM
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Rob, check out this link from Max to see more of the beanie.

TJ McDermott
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Re: Synchronized beanies
TJ McDermott   4/10/2013 4:39:16 PM
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But of course!  After 25 years, I will return to the aerospace industry.

Jennifer Campbell
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Re: Synchronized beanies
Jennifer Campbell   4/10/2013 4:34:13 PM
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Good luck, TJ. If you win, I expected photos and a full video of the beanie in action!

 

TJ McDermott
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Re: Synchronized beanies
TJ McDermott   4/10/2013 10:41:26 AM
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I can't help myself, I entered.  But it's going to cement the stereotype of engineers if a visitor walks through an engineering department and sees ALL of the engineers wearing these.

Rob Spiegel
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Synchronized beanies
Rob Spiegel   4/10/2013 9:47:19 AM
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I'd love to learn more about these beanies, Max. I have a propeller beanie, but it's acoustic. I can't even imagine a mesh network propeller beanie. If you see one in action, Max, do let us know about it.

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