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Funny video from Lattice - 'Houston, we have a pickle'

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phoenixdave
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phoenixdave   3/9/2011 10:07:07 PM
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Max, I don't know where you find these, but keep them coming! I've always thought that most complex things can be explained using simple-to-swallow (pun intended) concepts that almost everybody can understand, and these videos do this very well. The challenge is having the unique capacity to see things from their simplest perspective.

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Max The Magnificent   3/9/2011 8:01:54 PM
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Even if you're not interested in hearing about programmable power management chips, at least you'll get to see a glowing pickle, so everyone is a winner.

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