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David Ashton   5/5/2013 7:52:24 AM
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Hearts on your boxers?? John, that's so '70s....

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elPresidente   5/4/2013 5:49:22 AM
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With desktop revenues in decline and Wall St investors worrying they'll lose their shirts, here's a sneak peek at some lab prototypes of Intel's next multi-threaded product line.

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elPresidente   5/4/2013 5:40:15 AM
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Larry enjoyed going commando under his lab coat

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elPresidente   5/4/2013 5:32:48 AM
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Thanks to the Chief Engineer's suggestion of trying shorts in different places along the line as a starting point, the interns finally got the stripline's TDR perfect.

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seaEE   5/4/2013 2:28:36 AM
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It turned out that one of the ramifications of cloud computing was the occasional cloudburst.

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David Ashton   5/3/2013 11:13:33 PM
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Now we increase the RF power to 1KW and see how much faster the clothes dry....

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David Ashton   5/3/2013 11:10:46 PM
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That's strange. Since we put the washing on the antenna, the SNR's gone up!

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jkdrum   5/3/2013 9:30:40 PM
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Be sure to run a "lint" check.

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