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  1. I'll bite. How do you know? And what do you sell?

    I'll bite. How do you know? And what do you sell?
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    That's smart of you. I bet you look great.

    That's smart of you. I bet you look great.
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    I recommend some small pouches and extra key...

    I recommend some small pouches and extra key straps, so when you pull out a pouch, you don't lose it.
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    I'm sure there's a bag out there that will make...

    I'm sure there's a bag out there that will make you happy. Good luck!
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    Would seem to be okay, according to moriond's...

    Would seem to be okay, according to moriond's post above.

    Anyway, I've come up with an idea: Tom Bihn could offer "refurbished" bags, under the following terms: Person A sends their bag to the...
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    I agree. The Large Cafe Bag was my first...

    I agree. The Large Cafe Bag was my first experience of a vertical bag; now I prefer it. In use, it seems tidier, less sprawling, than a horizontal bag.
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    It seems to me reasonable to express a wistful...

    It seems to me reasonable to express a wistful desire for a discontinued bag, but why would the company foster a resale marketplace that competes directly with its business?
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    Walker, you're supposed to be using Netscape 3.2.

    Walker, you're supposed to be using Netscape 3.2.
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    I'm excited about the bag makers website ring!!

    I'm excited about the bag makers website ring!!
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    No, it is not insulated. I haven't tried it with...

    No, it is not insulated. I haven't tried it with ice, but I think it would be okay in a stuff sack. I'll get back to you in the summer.
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    Yes, it is. I was lucky enough to be one of the...

    Yes, it is. I was lucky enough to be one of the testers. The bottle is incredibly lightweight, the tapered neck is a pleasure to handle, and the open/close top couldn't be easier to use. Recommended...
  12. Very disappointed to learn that it doesn't...

    Very disappointed to learn that it doesn't actually do anything. It's not even a screwdriver.
  13. Just viewed the new pictures. Nice work.

    Just viewed the new pictures. Nice work.
  14. Thread: Dear eBay,

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    Hello Kitty iPad case—what a great gift!

    Hello Kitty iPad case—what a great gift!
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    The Freudian Slip is my favorite accessory. I...

    The Freudian Slip is my favorite accessory. I wish there were one for the Synapse.
  16. Thread: Dear eBay,

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    WhiteStar: "I used to collect"—so what happened...

    WhiteStar: "I used to collect"—so what happened to your collection?
  17. I think you've worked your way to a good place:...

    I think you've worked your way to a good place: an Aeronaut with, if necessary, a computer bag that fits in the Aeronaut. Sounds like a plan.
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    Sounds as if you want the Tri-Star. But keep in...

    Sounds as if you want the Tri-Star. But keep in mind that just because you have a large packing cube doesn't mean you have to fill it up, especially as you roll your clothes; you can put in your...
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    So basically you're limited to one bag plus the...

    So basically you're limited to one bag plus the tennis bag. The Aeronaut packing cubes fit the Brain Bag. So: Brain Bag plus at least one packing cube—the backpack model with a cache. (Call TB to...
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    There are a lot of well-qualified laid-off...

    There are a lot of well-qualified laid-off workers (engineers, pharmaceutical chemists, IT workers, many others), but a shortage of employers who want to pay them good wages. This is a race to the...
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    The Law of Unintended Consequences? From...

    The Law of Unintended Consequences? From commenters at http://allthingsd.com/20120318/the-failures-and-fallacies-of-mike-daiseys-apple-attack-and-the-media/:





    If true, more interesting, and...
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    What Daisey did was not journalism but...

    What Daisey did was not journalism but marketing—of himself. John Gruber (Daring Fireball) has a bunch of posts on him, starting Friday, 16 March (a little more than halfway down the page right now)....
  23. It starts at the top. If you're determined to...

    It starts at the top. If you're determined to make the best product you can, you don't cut corners.

    Time, money, quality—pick two.
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    Okay, start with the basics: What all does she...

    Okay, start with the basics: What all does she want to carry? What in the past has gotten damaged?

    (Just want to add that the Kit is made of ballistic nylon and therefore feels good to handle....
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    Not a makeup wearer myself, but have you looked...

    Not a makeup wearer myself, but have you looked at the Kit? Detail (d) shows it holding cosmetics.
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