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circuit bending for the AP

I made my Associated Press debut today, with a story about last week's circuit bending festival. It's been picked up by the websites of (at least) 42 news organizations, including the Washington Post, Canada.com, the Chicago Tribune, and the Local News Leader in Olberlin, Kansas. Whee. I'm not sure if that means it'll be the treeware editions, too, but maybe? For some reason, the San Jose Mercury News has filed it as "gossip." If you haven't looked at 'em yet, I posted some pictures, too.


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Awesome, dude! Third time's the charm indeed.

Congratulations, Jesse! That's fantastic news and thanks for the link.

Awesome to hear, Jesse. You deserve the exposure...

Stupendous! Keep it up.

Excellent work, Jesse...as Ronnie Hawkins says, "Big time, Bill. Big time, big time."

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