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Thomas Chongruk
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Thomas Chongruk   12/7/2012 4:20:16 AM
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It's good that TI China is letting their employees off for 2 weeks. I'm sure in some parts of the USA people at TI are too scared to do something like that in fear of losing their job.

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ak-eleon   12/7/2012 2:23:18 PM
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I'm really excited to know how that TI products is use in very functional way like in this article has mention, absolutely there is TI employee. And I'm glad to know more about how TI products is use functionally in other situation like in sports, mining and industrial, and etc.

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MemoryLeak   12/8/2012 2:21:51 AM
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It's very cool that he's getting out and enjoying some exercise and fresh air. I also enjoy bicycling. I think the bicycle is an elegant device that just attracts engineers. I've had some ideas of my own.........

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luccia   12/10/2012 11:26:07 AM
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He's awesome and it's really impressive to see the GREEN applications used in his bicycling facilities. Cheers for Great Success!

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jackOfManyTrades   12/13/2012 9:03:52 AM
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Of course TI used to make bikes. Not Texas Instruments, but Tubular Investments.

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Steven Zhou   12/19/2012 12:37:21 PM
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Haha, it's funny!

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josh.rendon   1/28/2013 4:39:30 PM
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This guy is doing things right. He's combining his work and his passion in meaningful ways. I hope he will put some photos of his designs and schematics for his home-brew bike-accessories online for other people to learn from.

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