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zeidman   5/7/2013 12:00:28 PM
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Max, What's a "print magazine"? Sounds... physical. Yuck! And you agreed with everything you said? I often read my (few) interviews and think, "Did I say that?" Try being interviewed by phone for an Indian magazine. My quotes don't even sound coherent. But congratulations on being interviewed and for being a well-recognized engineer, author, and innovator. You shouldn't be surprised. Nor should your mother.

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Max The Magnificent   5/7/2013 5:11:12 PM
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## Try being interviewed by phone for an Indian magazine. My quotes don't even sound coherent. That sounds like a laugh -- is there an online version of the interview we can look at? ## But congratulations on being interviewed and for being a well-recognized engineer, author, and innovator. You shouldn't be surprised. Nor should your mother. Thanks for the kind words Bob -- I'm just amazed that people read what I write (and my mother still can't believe that I make my living writing :-)

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antedeluvian   5/7/2013 12:50:11 PM
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Welcome to the club! http://circuitcellar.com/featured/issue-263-interview-with-aubrey-kagan/

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Max The Magnificent   5/7/2013 5:12:12 PM
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Hi Aubrey -- in fact I already saw your interview there when I was scanning through the site and I thought "Good Grief, that man is everywhere!"

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David Ashton   5/12/2013 12:05:51 AM
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Great interview Max...and you didn't mention Bacon once!

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Max The Magnificent   5/13/2013 2:45:37 PM
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My bacon therapist has taught me some tricks :-)

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SteveD_Aus   5/22/2013 12:54:12 AM
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Wow! I never know those 1950s typing pool typists were one-handed!

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