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kfield
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Re: A Horripilation of Ball Grid Arrays
kfield   9/19/2013 5:50:35 PM
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@betajet  Wow that word sounds as creepy as goose bumps, how funny that BBGAs instill that in you!

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Re: a sloth of....
Max The Magnificent   9/19/2013 5:09:31 PM
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@seeEE: I do like "a race of relays" (it woreks in many ways -- like "race conditions" and "relay race") -- good one!

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Re: And more
Max The Magnificent   9/19/2013 4:51:46 PM
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@David:  In our line of work you're more likely to meet a Blight of Beancounters than a Wunch of Bankers...

Speak for youself -- I often find myself surrounded by a wunch of bankers :-)

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An ubergaggle of...
Max The Magnificent   9/19/2013 4:50:20 PM
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Someone just emailed me to suggest "An ubergaggle of ultrasaurusus"(a type of dinosaur)

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Re: A Hackery of Software Developers
Max The Magnificent   9/19/2013 11:05:15 AM
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@Betajet: A Busking of Free Software Developers...

I like it, but wait for me to post the official blog LOL

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Re: A Hackery of Software Developers
Max The Magnificent   9/19/2013 10:07:14 AM
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@David: Oops, sorry, I just read you didn't want them yet...

Give me strength :-)

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Re: A Charm of CPUs & a Deceit of DSPs
Max The Magnificent   9/19/2013 10:05:50 AM
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@Frank: Here are a few more made up ones...

I love them all :-)

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Re: A Hackery of Software Developers
Randa11   9/19/2013 4:48:48 AM
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Why stick with engineers? What about other scientists and professions.

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Re: And more
David Ashton   9/19/2013 1:17:01 AM
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I wouldn't say that Karen.  In our line of work you're more likely to meet a Blight of Beancounters than a Wunch of Bankers :-)

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a sloth of....
seaEE   9/18/2013 10:24:13 PM
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A sloth of grizzlies, as this article shows:

http://photos.msn.com/slideshow/news/must-see-september-2013/23l9vspi#11

 

How about a

 

raft of resistors

convoy of capacitors

race of relays

 

 

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