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Don Scansen
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Don Scansen   11/3/2010 3:48:15 AM
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Mike, Thank you for your gracious comments. I think follow-ups are a great idea. It's important to not just grab the news and move on. I can't promise anything imminent, but I hope you can check out my new blog, Dew Point. You can find it on the EE Times blog roll. Don

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MikeLC   8/30/2010 6:28:17 PM
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I just realized how old this article is! This would be a great one to have updated.

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MikeLC   8/30/2010 6:24:11 PM
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Do you know if there are any big players seriously considering Gratzell cells at this point? If the are that cheap to make, and that clean (manuf-wise), they certainly are something to watch for. Also, thank you for the education. Very nice article!

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