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The Jazz Age – Mega-Retro Roxy Music
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2/14/2013   13 comments
Very "Cool Beans" – I just heard about a new instrumental album called "The Jazz Age" from Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music fame.
Meet some folks who are having a worse day than you
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2/13/2013   2 comments
You think you're having a bad day? Wait until you see these videos!
Yes, We CAN Hear You Now! The Rise of Embedded Speech
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2/12/2013   2 comments
Day-by-day I am becoming more-and-more excited, because DESIGN West is racing towards us as we speak.
Don’t stand on the cat's whiskers!
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2/11/2013   19 comments
Well, all I can say is that this past weekend I was exposed to a new level of skullduggery that left me gasping with astonishment.
What light through yonder window breaks?
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2/8/2013   23 comments
I've been making some progress on the "prop" to accompany my forthcoming presentation as to how radiation can affect embedded systems at DESIGN West 2013.
Finger lickin' good
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2/7/2013   2 comments
A couple of days' ago, someone sent me a rather interesting picture...
My brain hurts!
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2/4/2013   20 comments
I'm having some difficulty wrapping my brain around a question that just came winging its way across the Internet to me.


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