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selinz
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selinz   2/12/2013 7:13:27 PM
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Perhaps a drop-down menu (similar to those used in product reviews) that enable jumping to an arbitrary page would make the format less irritating.

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John_Galt   2/5/2013 3:51:29 PM
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I read the Cyclos white paper with great interest. The resonant concept is simple but it may be too simple. The white paper focuses heavily on clock tree power and skew - to be sure these are vitally important aspects of IC design - but so is jitter. In certain applications jitter can be a show-stopper and my engineering sense tells me that a parallel resonant tuned clock tree (being of high impedance) would be very susceptible to jitter generated from crosstalk.

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hari.tadepalli   2/5/2013 7:22:07 AM
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Thanks for the suggestion. I missed the tip. Yes, clicking print takes you to an ad-free version with all the 10 slides on the same page. Some websites don't allow this, but works in EETimes.

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joyhaa   1/30/2013 8:15:45 PM
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at least there should be a quick jump-to list for the 10 items. also, on item 7 for servergy.com, I think they're using Freescale silicon, not sure why IBM was mentioned there.

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jjgray   1/28/2013 11:39:55 AM
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Agree! These articles always prick my interest and then prick my bubble as I recognise the tedious "1 of 10" format.

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William Miller   1/28/2013 7:59:41 AM
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Agree. Slides are not convenient for reading..

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alex7ko   1/27/2013 12:57:28 PM
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I used to click "Print" when reading such multi-page articles as this.

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TJones   1/25/2013 7:20:27 PM
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I, on the other hand, enjoy clicking once for each word in the article. This is especially effective on slower browsers, where the densely-populated and expertly-coded EET web page takes torturous seconds to load and I stop reading the article, but am _sure_ to read the advertisements, v e r y s l o w l y.

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RAJEEV.KRISHNAMOORTHY_#1   1/25/2013 6:15:17 PM
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I completely agree with the comment about the irritating format. I frequently stop reading articles because I get turned off. In this case, I stopped after just a couple of slides.

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hari.tadepalli   1/25/2013 6:00:12 PM
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Appreciate these techonology development insights. But, . . ., one quarter column worth of reading material in each click? My 1920 x 1080 laptop screen can fit at least six of these slides in a screenful. I understand the need for sponsors and advertisements; but with all the formatted content on this page, inclidng the ad, occupy less than 50% of my screen, with two large white margins left open on either side. For reading convenience, please consider posting at least two of these slides on each page.

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