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  1. for real fun, put warm pieces of metal on the dry ice (like a quarter from your pocket). The contraction in the metal is so rapid that it's often audible.
    However, it's usually a pain to chip your pocket change off the dry ice, so have a screwdriver handy.

    1. Or just wait long enough for all the dry ice to completely sublimate.

      BTW Dan, I added you to my friends list awhile back, and was wondering if you'd do me the same honor? I can read your LJ, but not comment on it. If you need a reference or something, talk to Paul, or Nate.

  2. Didn't think of it until now, but you could also put some dry ice on the towring rack of servers and routers in the living room. Just think, the whole rack wreathed in cooling mist!

    That said, call me again when you have some liquid nitrogen, I know plenty of fun things to do with that stuff.

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