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Hi!  I'm an entomologist & science teacher.  My projects primarily focus around bringing technology & maker skills to kids.  Right now I'm working on teaching my students the basics of circuitry and soldering through light-up greeting cards.
 
Hi!  I'm an entomologist & science teacher.  My projects primarily focus around bringing technology & maker skills to kids.  Right now I'm working on teaching my students the basics of circuitry and soldering through light-up greeting cards.
  
= Associate Membership Sponsors =
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# I'm [[User:flamsmark|Tom Lowenthal]] and I think that [[User:Dharlette|Hannah]] should definitely be a Noisebridge [[:Category:Associate Members|associate member]]. She should probably be a [[:Category:Members|regular member]] too someday. [[User:Flamsmark/endorsements#Dharlette|I've signed a note to this effect]].
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# I'm [[User:H0mee|Praveen]] and of course Hannah should be an associate member.  I'm not even sure if this associate member approach is a good implementation to begin with though.
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# [[User:Snail|Snail]] is advocating her membership because I have gotten to know her quite a bit and am 98% certain she is not a rabid lagomorph.
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# I'm [[User:the_merlin|merlin]], and I approve this message. Member. Associate member. Thingy
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# [[User:Lizzard|Lizzard]] approves this message as well. Yes, [[User:Dharlette|Hannah]] should be a member, any kind of member. Bug power!
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# I'm [[User:AlSweigart|Al Sweigart]] and I think Hannah should be a member.
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Latest revision as of 19:53, 8 December 2014

Hi! I'm an entomologist & science teacher. My projects primarily focus around bringing technology & maker skills to kids. Right now I'm working on teaching my students the basics of circuitry and soldering through light-up greeting cards.

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