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Engadget's many birthday cakes (part II)

Ryan Block
March 17, 2006
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We were so unbelievably overwhelmed with cakes for our 2nd birthday contest that we couldn't very well just let them all go to waste. Obviously we wish we could give everyone a prize to say thanks for baking us a treat for our birthday, but instead we've got three days' worth of Engadget birthday cake galleries to show 'em all off. So bust out your toothbrushes everyone, it's time to have your cake and eat it too. Thanks for making this the best birthday Engadget ever had, even if it's only one of two.





Kevin S

Mark M - Xbox 360

Krystal H - TiVo remote

Doug K

Damian

Nicholas C - Cingular 8125

Stuart S

Theron B

Sarah B - Tux!

John P

Sascha B

Rob C

Sam D

Narayan

tommy289

Dave C

Robert C

Collin M

Luke H

Nathanael J

Carl H

Chris D

Brandon D

Vijay R



Zach N

Sara A & Mike R

Alan V

Lindsay P

Kathy H

Evan & Cindy R

Greg S

Paul K - Intel UMPC

Josh - Origami prototype

Andreana B

Jon W - BigDog!

Jason C

Elaine K









































































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