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BicycleBill
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BicycleBill   10/18/2010 8:35:44 PM
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Thanks for covering this while I was away--great update. And it once again shows that "analog" is much more interesting and versatile than "digital", and analog companies have much better application stories to tell!--Bill Schweber

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Brian Fuller2   9/28/2010 11:14:26 PM
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Absolutely, Linda. It's great to see Dave and I think he's to be given major kudos for convincing Maxim to do something like this.

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lcapcara   9/28/2010 9:31:16 PM
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Thanks for the updates Brian. Maxim is a great brand and I appreciate your insight. I'm jealous of old home week. Not to mention "Bursky inside" right?

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