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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Is Live Chat to be a regular feature
Max The Magnificent   2/26/2014 2:03:48 PM
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@Crusty: Live chat was great last week it would be a shame not to do it as a regular feature. When is the next one due?

In fact we're going to ghave one tyhsi coming Friday -- I'll be posting a blog about it later today

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Re: Don't forget the Gadget Smackdown
Max The Magnificent   2/26/2014 11:56:12 AM
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@Antedelivian: I just found this link

I think things have moved on from there -- I now think they are planning on having three sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Will you be entering anything? I know I am :-)

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Is Live Chat to be a regular feature
Crusty1   2/26/2014 11:51:16 AM
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@Max: Live chat was great last week it would be a shame not to do it as a regular feature. When is the next one due?

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Re: Don't forget the Gadget Smackdown
antedeluvian   2/21/2014 12:25:54 PM
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Max

Tell me more -- do the participants have to bring their gadgets, or will a slideshow do? How long do they get to talk for?

I just found this link

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Max The Magnificent   2/21/2014 12:21:28 PM
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@Garcia: I love the way you always introduce some tidbits of trivia in your blog posts...

Thanks Garcia -- unfortunately, some people think all of my blogs are trivia (or trivial LOL)

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Tidbits of trivia
Garcia-Lasheras   2/21/2014 12:19:06 PM
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@Max: I love the way you always introduce some tidbits of trivia in your blog posts ;-)

"A petard was a small container of gunpowder used to blow breaches in gates or walls."

In Spain, we use the word "petardo" for the little toy fireworks that looks like a tiny TNT/gunpowder barrel. When I was a child, buying some "petardos" was really easy and cheap; of course, nowadays there are a lot of laws banning this kind of "toys".

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Re: Don't forget the Gadget Smackdown
Max The Magnificent   2/21/2014 10:33:34 AM
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@kfield: Don't forget that we're recruiting participants for the third annual Gadget Smackdown! at EE Live!,

Tell me more -- do the participants have to bring their gadgets, or will a slideshow do? How long do they get to talk for? Do you have a link for the relevant item on the EE Live! site?

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Re: Item for Live Chat (or any other time, really)
Max The Magnificent   2/21/2014 10:31:39 AM
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@mr_widget: ...our project is now in beta test, and obviously things are a bit 'crunchy'.

I know that crunch well :-)

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Don't forget the Gadget Smackdown
kfield   2/21/2014 9:21:18 AM
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@Maxthemagnificent Don't forget that we're recruiting participants for the third annual Gadget Smackdown! at EE Live!, one of our most popular events that tends to descend into chaous and silliness. Even before the beer.

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Re: Item for Live Chat (or any other time, really)
mr_widget   2/20/2014 9:50:06 PM
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Thanks for the note.  Sadly, I was not able to attend live as our project is now in beta test, and obviously things are a bit 'crunchy'.

J.R.

 

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