Re: [beam] Re: Indy Tom / sliders
Yep. I can get it on this machine. It said I did not have the proper permission to view the pix but it's probably the cookies-privacy setting. I was using the school computers.
>From: "wilf_nv">Reply-To: email@example.com>To: firstname.lastname@example.org>Subject: [beam] Re: Indy Tom / sliders>Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 16:39:51 -0000>>>I have no problems>>wilf>>--- In email@example.com, "laminar gerbil">wrote:> >>
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> I never actually finished the contest because I had no way to show theentries on the web. Also job responsbilities intervened.
> I'd still like to complete the contest if anyone is interested.I would be interested!
So my Solarbotics photovore is on his 3rd year of life (so to speak) and he doesn't show any signs
of dying yet, (aside from transistors getting ripped). I go to college in less than 2 years. What
is the 'life expectancy' of a photopopper? I've had mine since June 2000 BTW. What would be the
first parts that need replacing? Motors, caps, or Solarcell?
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