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New way to do show-and-tell! Add yourself on Google+

Pt 101314-3-1-2

For the show-and-tells we are going to try something new. Please reply with a comment on my Google+ (here) if you have a project you’d like to share on sat 10/8/2011 at 9:30pm ET. I will then put you in a “show-and-tell” circle and invite anyone in that circle to be part of the show and tell.

With over 20k people following, there are too many random folks who just poke in and do not have a project to share, totally harmless and cool to see them – but I want to make it easy for people with projects – Limor (Ladyada).

Comment here to get added.


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