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David Ashton
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Re: Oh, the anticipation...
David Ashton   1/8/2014 4:18:05 PM
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Suffer, baby, suffer...by this afternoon you'll be crawling up the wall wondering what my email had in it :-)

RichQ
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Shoot the phone
RichQ   1/8/2014 3:54:55 PM
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Your thesis reminds me a bit of a "time management tip" that circulated around the office a decade or two ago. It was a picture of someone shooting his telephone. Now that instant messaging and email have replaced the phone for quick communications, perhaps that graphic should be revised.

Let us know how your experiment works out. Quantify, if possible.

Note: posting this comment will automatically generate a notification email to you. My apologies.

Max The Magnificent
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Oh, the anticipation...
Max The Magnificent   1/8/2014 3:47:10 PM
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I just saw a comment from David Ashton to my earlier blog (Creating a Bodacious Bensonfruit Arduino Mega Proto Screwshield PCB) saying that he was emailing me a PCB graphic .... but I'm standing resolute and I won't power-up my email again until later on this afternoon ... oh, the anticipation...

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