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Happy New Year 2013 from Dangerous Prototypes

Posted on Tuesday, January 1st, 2013 in Holiday by Ian

Happy New Year!

Thank you for reading the blog and being part of our community in 2012! We’re looking forward to more open hardware projects, more how-tos, more videos, more free PCBs, and more hacking in 2013.

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6 Responses to “Happy New Year 2013 from Dangerous Prototypes”

  1. happy new year and best wishes to your whole team!

  2. Callen says:

    Happy New Year! I look forward to seeing what DP has in store for 2013!

  3. Jon says:

    Happy new year Dangerous Prototipes team!!

  4. Nial says:

    And to you too. Looking forward to seeing some great new products rolling out from the DP labs…

  5. Erik de Wit says:

    Happy new year everyone!

  6. Cucaracha says:

    Happy new year DP!!

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