I guess we (readers and/or bloggers at APP) just found a new home.
It will be for certain as exciting as All Programmable Planet was. We have much to share, and much to learn. I must confess, I will miss APP - one of the few blogs I actually followed for some time, and for which I tried to contribute, despite my lack of time and language barrier.
Let's hope this new home improves on the already excellent one. It's surely only up to us to succeed.
@Max I loved Rossiters scream at the end of each episode.
When this was first teleivised, we had a boss in the research lab, known by his initals JR, so when we techicians were upset by an decision of his, we would let rip with a Rossiter scream of frustration.
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