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Gauri Nanda, who is writing her master’s thesis on electronics-embedded clothing, has been flooded with requests for information about Clocky, a hiding alarm clock that forces users out of bed. At left, she works on the device at the MIT Media Lab.
Gauri Nanda, who is writing her master’s thesis on electronics-embedded clothing, has been flooded with requests for information about Clocky, a hiding alarm clock that forces users out of bed. At left, she works on the device at the MIT Media Lab. (Globe Staff Photos / John Tlumacki) Globe Staff Photos / John Tlumacki

Rise and shine -- and find that clock

Rolling alarm gets snoozers up and into a hunt to hit the off switch

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / April 7, 2005

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Like most other 25-year-old graduate students, Gauri Nanda sometimes burns the midnight oil -- and pays for it in the morning. (Full article: 826 words)

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