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David Ashton
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David Ashton   4/17/2014 6:25:42 AM
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@Duane - The circuit diagram one is my favourite - I pointed it out to Max a couple of weeks ago.

I LOVE XKCD - you just keep clicking the random button and after half an hour your bad mood is gone......

 

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Max The Magnificent   4/16/2014 1:38:20 PM
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@Duane: Here's a few of my favorites, not in any particular order...

What can I say -- I love all of these -- I really like 898 -- and 730 is the way non-engineers see real circuit diagrams LOL

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Duane Benson   4/16/2014 1:33:06 PM
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Here's a few of my favorites, not in any particular order:

http://xkcd.com/898/

http://xkcd.com/227/

https://xkcd.com/567/

https://xkcd.com/730/

There's really nothing else quite like XKCD.

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