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If you've been dying to get a look at a Polonator, Keith Robison has a picture of one on his blog. Robison got a look at it at the CHI Next-Gen meeting last month and he says that "the truly intriguing angle on the Polonator is that it is a completely open architecture." He adds that is "pretty enticing from a techie angle, but it's also a pretty risky business strategy." He's also thinking about what projects he could do if he were to have a Polonator.

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