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8/13/2014

Mike Violette sings 'Your Cheating Heart' by Hank Williams. Left to right: Jeff Silberberg, guitar; Mike Violette, guitar and vocals; Ken Wyatt, drums; and John McCloskey, bass.
Mike Violette sings "Your Cheating Heart" by Hank Williams.
Left to right: Jeff Silberberg, guitar; Mike Violette, guitar and vocals; Ken Wyatt, drums; and John McCloskey, bass.

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Sanjib.A
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EMC - Science or art?
Sanjib.A   8/24/2014 10:14:03 AM
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@Martin: When I was caught in a nasty EMC issue 12 years back, the person we used to consider as EMC "Guru" in our organization told me to think through any EMC problem not as science but as art. I believed those words but have been pondering over those words ever since to find out real reasons behind. I now see a strong connection between artistic minds and EMC. :)

Great music!! I enjoyed your songs!!  

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