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    Made for an Internet-themed potluck hosted at Pumping Station: One, Chicago's hackerspace.

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    (also featured on Digital Inspiration, Piadas Nerds, Inbound Internet Marketing, Cari Blogger, Untethered Office, Science 2.0, Gigazine and Tu Experto.)

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    1. photorams 54 months ago | reply

      He he he! gmail is better than any cookie i ever had.

    2. opacity 54 months ago | reply

      I'd agree with that. And infinitely more useful over time, since cookies go stale and all.

      But they were pretty good, gotta say.

    3. βrσωning 54 months ago | reply

      mmmmmmmmmm it looks googlygood!

    4. komski 54 months ago | reply

      CC me on that will you?

    5. gordon.chiam 54 months ago | reply

      Oh, these cookies! not that one

    6. Hei@rt 54 months ago | reply

      excellent !!!

    7. opacity 54 months ago | reply

      Glad you guys like!

    8. The Scarafaggio 54 months ago | reply

      Even Gmail itself likes it....

      Mmm, Gmail cookies:
      21 Oct via web Favorite Retweet Reply

    9. opacity 54 months ago | reply

      They were nice enough to check with me beforehand, actually. Lovely of them.

    10. andres.perez.figueroa 52 months ago | reply

      Lovely pic. I've used it in a slide presentation about Science 2.0:


    11. opacity 52 months ago | reply

      Thank you!

    12. Ainslie P 52 months ago | reply

      That looks so yummy!!

    13. opacity 52 months ago | reply

      They really were!

    14. retrocedeee- [deleted] 52 months ago | reply

    15. Levi_粵 50 months ago | reply

      awesome baby'

    16. ErasmusOfParis 8 months ago | reply

      Looks nice, this is how to taste an e-mail ;D

    17. opacity 7 months ago | reply

      Delicious as well as handsome.

    18. opacity 5 months ago | reply

      Thanks much for letting me know!

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