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Dhruva_Bedre
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Thanks for the ebooks!
Dhruva_Bedre   5/21/2016 5:37:37 AM
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Hi Max, first I would like to thank you for the e-books. And other thing is that whenever I start reading your post I have to be ready with the dictionary-lol:-)

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Baker's best
David Ashton   5/21/2016 6:58:14 PM
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Thanks for that Max.  TI have a lot of good info available.  Bonnie Baker knows her stuff, I have seen some of her articles previously so I downloaded these and they are as good as expected.  I previously did an article on another TI offering on Embedded.com here

http://www.embedded.com/electronics-blogs/embedded-down-under/4439696/Useful-TI-analog-pocket-book

Also highly recommended.

 

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Re: Thanks for the ebooks!
David Ashton   5/21/2016 8:46:43 PM
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@Dhruva....if you read Max's posts you will find some words that are not even in the dictionary...  :-)

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Re: Thanks for the ebooks!
Dhruva_Bedre   5/22/2016 12:58:30 AM
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@David... True that!

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Re: Baker's best
Crusty1   5/22/2016 4:40:53 AM
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@David Ashton,Max

I agree these articles are great, I only wish I had had them about when I started using the first 714 OpAmps so many years ago.

Max is not the only one that can get carried away with words, maybe Max will see fit to post Crusty's latest "To Hell in a Handcart" offereing. 

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Instrumentatation Amplifiers
antedeluvian   5/22/2016 12:24:50 PM
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Another great free book is on the subject of Instrumentation Amplifiers" as described in Steve Taranaovich's blog on the topic. The link is in the text.

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Re: Thanks for the ebooks!
Max The Magnificent   5/23/2016 9:26:47 AM
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@Dhruva: ...whenever I start reading your post I have to be ready with the dictionary-lol:-)

That's just one more service I offer LOL   I love words -- I love doing the "check your word skill" thing in the reader's digest -- and when I'm reading something and I find a new word I always look it up, so I try to add a bit of this to my blogs.

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Re: Thanks for the ebooks!
Max The Magnificent   5/23/2016 9:33:07 AM
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@David: ...if you read Max's posts you will find some words that are not even in the dictionary...  :-)

It's like I always say about my mother -- she has such an amazing memory that sometimes she remembers things that haven't even happened yet LOL

Not that I'm comparing myself to the Bard, but -- as you will read on this website -- "The English language owes a great debt to Shakespeare. He invented over 1700 of our common words by changing nouns into verbs, changing verbs into adjectives, connecting words never before used together, adding prefixes and suffixes, and devising words wholly original."

And if it was good enough for Shakespeare, then it's certainly good enough for me LOL

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Re: Thanks for the ebooks!
David Ashton   5/23/2016 7:31:43 PM
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@Max....we'll just call you "The Bard of Huntsville" :-)

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Re: Thanks for the ebooks!
SandorD   5/23/2016 9:05:47 PM
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Yeah, thanks Max!

This is where I sometimes get my hit, when I have a craving for words. :-)

http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-games/name-that-thing

...and that's not the only quiz they have.

 

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