Five Minutes of Fame 2009-03-19

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:Slot 0: "Meggy Jr." --Bill Nye
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:Slot 1: "Why your cloud company sucks." --Alex Handy
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:Slot 2: "Payphone Baby Hacks" --R Miloh Alexander
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:Slot 3: "Conductive Fabric Sensors" --Rachel McConnell
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:Slot 4: "Viral Information Transmission" -- Fox "Metaphorge" Circe
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:Slot 5: "Python book for kids" -- Al Sweigart
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:Slot 6: "Go Go SelectorGadget" --Andrew Cantino
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:Slot 7: "Twitter Friendcast" --aestetix
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:Slot 8: "'To err is human, to evolve is divine.'" --Daniel Packer
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:Slot 9: TBA --Karl Long
  
Slot 0: "Meggy Jr." --Bill Nye
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Additionally, Michael Kan Kan (of tinkerhack.com) hosted a science fair demonstrating some projects he has been working on.
Slot 1: "Why your cloud company sucks." --Alex Handy
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Slot 2: "Payphone Baby Hacks" --R Miloh Alexander
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Slot 3: "Conductive Fabric Sensors" --Rachel McConnell
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Slot 4: "Viral Information Transmission" -- Fox "Metaphorge" Circe
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Slot 5: "Python book for kids" -- Al Sweigart
+
Slot 6: "Go Go SelectorGadget" --Andrew Cantino
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Slot 7: "Twitter Friendcast" --aestetix
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Slot 8: "'To err is human, to evolve is divine.'" --Daniel Packer
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Slot 9: TBA --Karl Long
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Additionally, Michael Kan Kan (of tinkerhack.com) will be hosting a science fair demonstrating some projects he has been working on.
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Slot 0: "Meggy Jr." --Bill Nye
Slot 1: "Why your cloud company sucks." --Alex Handy
Slot 2: "Payphone Baby Hacks" --R Miloh Alexander
Slot 3: "Conductive Fabric Sensors" --Rachel McConnell
Slot 4: "Viral Information Transmission" -- Fox "Metaphorge" Circe
Slot 5: "Python book for kids" -- Al Sweigart
Slot 6: "Go Go SelectorGadget" --Andrew Cantino
Slot 7: "Twitter Friendcast" --aestetix
Slot 8: "'To err is human, to evolve is divine.'" --Daniel Packer
Slot 9: TBA --Karl Long

Additionally, Michael Kan Kan (of tinkerhack.com) hosted a science fair demonstrating some projects he has been working on.

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