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Comment:still small - naperlou-9/15/2014
Comment:Too open - naperlou-9/15/2014
Comment:Top places - naperlou-9/15/2014
Comment:biodegradable - naperlou-9/5/2014
Comment:Re: Adding Turbo - naperlou-8/25/2014
Comment:You are so right - naperlou-8/25/2014
Comment:nature - naperlou-8/22/2014
Comment:chargers again - naperlou-8/22/2014
Comment:Re: Noke - naperlou-8/21/2014
Comment:Re: Cool project - naperlou-8/19/2014
Comment:fine accuracy - naperlou-8/18/2014
Comment:a sound idea - naperlou-8/18/2014
Comment:non-Newtonian? - naperlou-8/7/2014
Comment:ifixit - naperlou-8/6/2014
Comment:Re: embedded - naperlou-8/6/2014
Comment:embedded - naperlou-8/5/2014
Comment:a long slow road - naperlou-7/21/2014
Comment:getting smarter - naperlou-7/21/2014
Comment:Good trend - naperlou-7/18/2014
Comment:Re: Affordable? - naperlou-7/18/2014
Comment:neat - naperlou-7/17/2014
Comment:integration? - naperlou-7/15/2014
Comment:clean design - naperlou-7/15/2014
Comment:sensor network? - naperlou-7/14/2014
Comment:wearables - naperlou-7/14/2014
Comment:Re: A bit weird - naperlou-7/10/2014
Comment:Re: New Ride - naperlou-7/10/2014
Comment:Re: Good idea - naperlou-7/9/2014
Comment:iPod, wow! - naperlou-7/7/2014
Comment:Re: Incredible - naperlou-7/3/2014
Comment:that's a lot - naperlou-7/2/2014
Comment:Good processor - naperlou-7/2/2014
Comment:Re: How heavy - naperlou-6/30/2014
Comment:Re: go metalic - naperlou-6/30/2014
Comment:go metalic - naperlou-6/30/2014
Comment:How heavy - naperlou-6/30/2014
Comment:open source - naperlou-6/27/2014
Comment:Software again - naperlou-6/26/2014
Comment:The V's - naperlou-6/25/2014
Comment:bring it back - naperlou-6/20/2014

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