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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Looking forward to seeing everyone here
Max The Magnificent   8/23/2014 12:59:24 PM
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@josyb: Four more months gone, and no progress.

I'm working on bringing the articles over slowely -- are there any in particular that you want to see that I should bring over earlier?

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josyb   8/23/2014 3:29:44 AM
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@Max:

It's me again :(

Four more months gone, and no progress.

Soon it'll be four more years. I guess the bottom line is that it(of course) costs money and both Xilinx and your employers put that above their customers?

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Garcia-Lasheras   6/25/2014 6:36:53 PM
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@Endless Energy Devices: Maybe I am wrong, but.... where is your hat? ;-)

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Endless Energy Devices   6/25/2014 5:31:13 PM
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I'm relieved! I am so thrilled with the sensation of being alive, I can hardly breathe. It was very strange the passage back from the other dimension, although I don't have any recollection of even being there for a mere nanosecond. It is good to be back, though. Thanks for the pinch! Even though it still hurts a little, I'm glad to be back. :0)

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Re: Looking forward to seeing everyone here
Max The Magnificent   6/25/2014 4:42:24 PM
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@Endless Energy: ...pinch me as a confirmation that I am still alive and well.

Consider yourself pinched -- you'll see a lot of familiar faces here, like Crusty and Adam Taylor from the UK, Duane Benson from the USA, Javi (Garcia) from Spain...

Welcome home!

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Endless Energy Devices   6/25/2014 4:38:20 PM
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Well, Max, I think this is the end of the thread! your latest April 22, 2014 post. :-{

After spending a long, long time away from this community, and a fairly long time to find out what happened to the URL I was used to, I feel I am coming out of a comma caused by a serious hit on the head ... well, ... looks like ... it is the new home for All Programmable Planet. Please, pinch me as a confirmation that I am still alive and well. Oooff!

In case I am still alive, sorry for being late to the New World of All Programmable Planet.

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Re: Looking forward to seeing everyone here
Max The Magnificent   4/22/2014 11:00:50 AM
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@josyb: I would have thought that making a 'static' copy of the deceased web-site would be easy enough.

Don't get me started!!! (mutter mutter grubble grumble)

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josyb   4/22/2014 10:48:51 AM
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@Max: Were there any in particcular that you want me to bring over as a priority?

Of course I'm vain enough to say my comments :)

But they are almost meaningless without the 'context', isn't it?

I would have thought that making a 'static' copy of the deceased web-site would be easy enough. I'm glad I'm not using Xilinx devices, with the attitude they show ... 

Lesson learned (again) if you put something on the internet, keep a local copy.

 

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Max The Magnificent   4/22/2014 10:32:15 AM
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@Josyb: I just wondered whether the contents of the "All Programmable Planet" web-site ever will be accessible again?

Check out my responses to otherr comments -- I'm bringing them over whenever I get a free moment -- I could so do with an assistant (sob sob).

Were there any in particcular that you want me to bring over as a priority?

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Re: Where are all the blogs gone?
Max The Magnificent   4/22/2014 10:30:29 AM
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@Chipmuenk: ... there are several post I'd like to re-read which I haven't archived (who makes local backups anyway when everything is in the CLOUD?), especially by Jan and Adam.

Jan decided to republish all of his APP articles on his own server/blog. I started bringing Adam's over, but then came EE Live! (and stuff) ... Adam's articles are my next priority...

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