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antedeluvian
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Thanks for the memories
antedeluvian   8/16/2013 9:22:55 AM
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I did enjoy my time on MCC. Thanks to all who contributed. All things must pass... I can't say more since I am about to board a plane, but I hope the spirit continues. Aubrey Kagan

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Re: It was a great time!
Max The Magnificent   8/16/2013 9:07:44 AM
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@Aeroengineer: Many of use were sad to hear that MCC was being shuttered.

I know -- I posted a few blogs on MCC in the early days before I took over as editor of All Programmable Planet.

I'm really sorry to see MCC go, but I hope everyone (the MCC members) will be happy here on the MCU Designline -- and I hope to be able to persuade the MCC bloggers to continue their blogging activities over here on EE Times...

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It was a great time!
Aeroengineer   8/16/2013 8:09:05 AM
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Many of us were sad to hear that MCC was being shuttered.  Rich had invited me to come and contriibute there at MCC.  It was a very enjoyable experience.  I have a feeling that you will be seeing not just some of the old favorite blog posts from MCC, but some of the bloggers that were writing for MCC as well writing in various areas for EE Times.

 

Adam

 

 

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