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Not satisfied with a candle-powered jack-o'-lantern? Neither were sometech folks at the University of Arkansas.
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Italian start-up Zanetti Studios is marketing a printer that places magnetic sound strips on photos.
Site lets people post any kind of information they want for free and to provide labels to find it.
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