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NCS-Tech Blog: Carve a Pumpkin Web-Based Applet

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Mess-free pumpkin carving? Who knew? Technology teacher Kevin Jarrett, of Northfield Community School in Northfield, New Jersey, pointed us to this fun-to-do and fun-to-see pumpkin-carving interactive just in time for the spookiest night of the year. Thanks, Kevin!

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