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posted in October 2012

Comment:Datsun redux - naperlou-10/26/2012
Comment:More bits - naperlou-10/25/2012
Comment:Industry - naperlou-10/25/2012
Comment:More automation - naperlou-10/19/2012
Comment:Re: Low yields - naperlou-10/18/2012
Comment:Low yields - naperlou-10/18/2012
Comment:Re: Memories - naperlou-10/17/2012
Comment:Memories - naperlou-10/16/2012
Comment:Local materials - naperlou-10/15/2012
Comment:Old and new - naperlou-10/11/2012
Comment:Erector set - naperlou-10/11/2012
Comment:Wireless sensors - naperlou-10/10/2012
Comment:Re: Debuggubg - naperlou-10/9/2012
Comment:Debuggubg - naperlou-10/8/2012
Comment:Bad timing - naperlou-10/8/2012
Comment:Strength - naperlou-10/8/2012
Comment:Lifecycle - naperlou-10/5/2012
Comment:Speeds and feeds - naperlou-10/4/2012
Comment:C-3PO - naperlou-10/4/2012
Comment:Star Trek - naperlou-10/4/2012
Comment:Re: I Agree - naperlou-10/3/2012
Comment:Re: Frightening - naperlou-10/3/2012
Comment:Optimization - naperlou-10/3/2012
Comment:Re: EV-fear - naperlou-10/2/2012

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