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Daniyal_Ali
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Daniyal_Ali   6/17/2014 1:44:31 PM
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I love the time span. One can easily make a complete gadget till Oct and participate in the competition with a winning chance. Moreover people with their completed gadgets could add more features to their products to give them a fighting chance.
I am really looking forward to some innovative projects on Design News in the upcoming period.
Good Luck everyone.

Elizabeth M
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Elizabeth M   6/17/2014 9:50:54 AM
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You're right about that, Chuck! I am about to spend all my money on buying a house, so if I had half a clever mind to invent stuff (and didn't work for Design News, of course), I would enter the contest myself. ;) I love seeing all of the innovative designs people come up with each year. The increased prize money should up the quality of the contest as well!

Charles Murray
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Charles Murray   6/16/2014 6:54:17 PM
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$6,000 is no small payday, Lauren. I look forward to seeing the entries over the next few months.



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