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re: Robot clock, pool controller among winners of STM32 design contest's second phase
Layout   4/27/2011 6:04:33 PM
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Thanks for the kind comments; I wish I had read this before I decided to switch the video for the final submission. By the way the accent is Kiwi; thirty plus years of living in New Zealand will do that to you :) Layout

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re: Robot clock, pool controller among winners of STM32 design contest's second phase
01010011   4/9/2011 11:40:21 AM
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I don't feel my voice would be a plus on my jmSCAG video. Suggestion: listen to your favorite music while viewing the video. jmer

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re: Robot clock, pool controller among winners of STM32 design contest's second phase
lifewingmate   4/6/2011 5:07:03 AM
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Hopefully, jmSCAG will add audio to the video so that they can more effectively compete with his/her counterparts. I agree with Jim about Layout's video. The narrative is clear and pleasant. The accent and humble learner's attitude lend a didactic quality to the video. The robot clock is delightful and an excellent teaching tool. It would be neat to edit the video further with lines/names of the components. I think Jim's evaluation of whether or not a device is truly utilitarian is a good idea since (as we've witnessed with Apple products) consumer design and highly capable technical requirements are both required for a successful product.



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