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Comment:Re: So new. - naperlou-11/25/2014
Comment:Still a problem - naperlou-11/25/2014
Comment:critical - naperlou-11/19/2014
Comment:Yes, engineers - naperlou-11/18/2014
Comment:Almost 12 of 12 - naperlou-11/14/2014
Comment:why a bike? - naperlou-11/14/2014
Comment:good choice - naperlou-11/14/2014
Comment:Re: Clever - naperlou-11/13/2014
Comment:right direction - naperlou-11/12/2014
Comment:brave new world - naperlou-11/11/2014
Comment:good idea - naperlou-11/11/2014
Comment:proper role - naperlou-11/11/2014
Comment:where's Elon - naperlou-11/10/2014
Comment:Good topic - naperlou-11/7/2014
Comment:great panel - naperlou-11/7/2014
Comment:what type of cup - naperlou-11/6/2014
Comment:tough one - naperlou-11/6/2014
Comment:MCUs - naperlou-11/6/2014
Comment:experienced that - naperlou-11/6/2014
Comment:Re: bad design - naperlou-11/6/2014
Comment:super senses - naperlou-11/3/2014
Comment:Which HP? - naperlou-10/31/2014
Comment:More mainstream - naperlou-10/31/2014
Comment:Doomed! Doomed! - naperlou-10/31/2014
Comment:Re: Needed? - naperlou-10/30/2014
Comment:count me in - naperlou-10/24/2014
Comment:one hit! - naperlou-10/24/2014
Comment:Re: plastics - naperlou-10/23/2014
Comment:clean machine - naperlou-10/23/2014
Comment:creative juices - naperlou-10/23/2014
Comment:depends - naperlou-10/22/2014
Comment:flexible device - naperlou-10/22/2014
Comment:plastics - naperlou-10/22/2014
Comment:not commodity - naperlou-10/21/2014
Comment:growing up - naperlou-10/17/2014
Comment:Re: Whither Tesla - naperlou-10/16/2014
Comment:Re: Whither Tesla - naperlou-10/15/2014
Comment:Whither Tesla - naperlou-10/15/2014
Comment:not sure - naperlou-10/14/2014
Comment:tools rule - naperlou-10/13/2014
Comment:Use over time - naperlou-10/13/2014
Comment:So many ICs - naperlou-10/13/2014
Comment:backwards again - naperlou-10/6/2014
Comment:like metal - naperlou-10/3/2014
Comment:Re: Memory lane - naperlou-10/2/2014
Comment:just be gentler - naperlou-10/1/2014
Comment:Re: Wow - naperlou-10/1/2014
Comment:Better buildings - naperlou-10/1/2014
Comment:play time - naperlou-9/29/2014
Comment:Great contest - naperlou-9/26/2014


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