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Building a Heath Robinson Rube Goldberg (HRRG) Steampunk Computer – Part 1 – Introduction

3/16/2011 03:22 PM EDT
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Max The Magnificent
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re: Building a Heath Robinson Rube Goldberg (HRRG) Steampunk Computer – Part 1 – Introduction
Max The Magnificent   3/17/2011 4:07:46 PM
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Why thank you Rob -- this means a lot to me -- not the least that I'm currently working from the side of my wife's hospital bed (we are hopeful that everything is going to be OK), which is where I penned this article. More later -- Max

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RBurton   3/17/2011 3:56:14 PM
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One of my great joys at work, is getting my Programmable Logic Delignline newsletter, great article Max, Thanks Rob

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Max The Magnificent   3/17/2011 3:53:12 PM
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You know you want one of your own :-) Wait till you see Part 2 next week :-)

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Colli   3/17/2011 9:28:47 AM
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Bonkers - completely hat-stand :)

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Max The Magnificent   3/16/2011 4:00:23 PM
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Maybe this is a project that a bunch of readers of Programmable Logic Designline woudl like to get involved in...

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