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Rebecca MacKinnon

Main reason is to avoid laptop mixups at airports. Before I put my stickers on I had a couple of near-misses.

I figured there's no way some pinstriped businessman is going to take a laptop with a sticker on it saying "worship me like the goddess i am"... plus sometimes the stickers can be conversation starters w/ cute guys in airports and Starbucks. ;-)

Deborah Elizabeth Finn

Dear Beth: I would like to report that your blog article inspired me! After reading it, I affixed to me laptop the "I (Heart) Nonprofit Technology" bumpersticker that the good folks from NPower gave me. Warm regards from Deborah

Takeru

I see it as 1) personal expression, 2) identification, and 3) who wants stock?

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