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Nancy Golden
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Re: The toughest round
Nancy Golden   11/24/2013 6:26:55 PM
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I love seeing the creativity that comes out of these projects. The participants are great role models for our future engineers - it is indeed difficult to choose, as each project reflects great innovation and problem solving abilities.

Habib Tariq
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Re: The toughest round
Habib Tariq   11/24/2013 2:27:53 AM
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Yes indeed a very difficult round. All these gadgets are pretty useful in their own respective field. And each deserves to be the winner. Now it would come down to which gadgets can the voter relate themselves most with, will take the majority of the votes.

78RPM
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Re: The toughest round
78RPM   11/23/2013 10:18:42 PM
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Yes, indeed, Rob.  I had a hard time deciding among 235, 241, 242. Youthful enthusiasm that deserves a reward for a practical fun gadget? A great engineering feat? An impressive aid for a difficult assignment?

I won't tell you how I voted.  It was tough.

Rob Spiegel
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The toughest round
Rob Spiegel   11/22/2013 6:20:58 AM
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All of the voting for Gadget Freak of the Year has been tough, but this final round is the most difficult.

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