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*[[Project Proposals]] - Share your ideas for projects. Things you want to work on, things you think other people should work on, things you'd like to learn more about. If you want some help clarifying your ideas, the [http://groups.google.com/group/baltimore-node-discussion discussion list] would probably be the best place for that.
 
*[[Project Proposals]] - Share your ideas for projects. Things you want to work on, things you think other people should work on, things you'd like to learn more about. If you want some help clarifying your ideas, the [http://groups.google.com/group/baltimore-node-discussion discussion list] would probably be the best place for that.
 
*[[Event Proposals]] - Share your ideas for events or workshops you'd like to host, teach, or run at the Node's space.
 
*[[Event Proposals]] - Share your ideas for events or workshops you'd like to host, teach, or run at the Node's space.
*[[Challenges]] - Creativity thrives in competition? Maybe. Add your challenge ideas. Baltimore Node XPrize, ftw!
 
 
*[[WikiTips]] - Tips on how to use the Wiki
 
*[[WikiTips]] - Tips on how to use the Wiki
 
*[[Webcam]] - See if anyone is around
 
*[[Webcam]] - See if anyone is around

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