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Re: Cover Art
DrFPGA   12/10/2013 10:07:48 AM
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Yep- perfect use of a slide show! My favorite is the yellow TTL data book from TI.

When I did my PAL presentations to engineers I started off by dropping it into a trash can....

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Data books and catalogs
MeasurementBlues   12/10/2013 9:59:20 AM
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I found some electronics catalogs at flea markets.



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Cover Art
antedeluvian   12/10/2013 9:56:54 AM
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Y'all did notice the slide show of the cover art, I hope

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Re: PDF Merger
antedeluvian   12/10/2013 9:55:17 AM
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DrFPGA

Not many of us can say we literally gave parts of ourselves to advanced the engineering profession...

LOL. Thanks, I feel less stupid already.

 

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Re: Good scanner
antedeluvian   12/10/2013 9:53:51 AM
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martin

Wow, you scanned over 300,000 pages? I wish I had that kind of time. Your scanner didn't break? Impressive. How much time did you put into cutting pages and scanning?

I was all done evenings and weekends- my wife was pretty annoyed by my dedication by the end of it. It must have taken about 9 months, but when I think back it seems much shorter.

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Re: MP3
antedeluvian   12/10/2013 9:51:10 AM
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Martin

I never did that, but then, I realized that most of the music should remain buried. Besides, I can still hear it on classic rock radio or YouTube.


As I went through, I selected the tunes that i really liked and copied them to a "Favourites" folder. It is now on my iPod and is great in the gym or on long car trips.

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Re: What about my clock chip?
antedeluvian   12/10/2013 9:47:55 AM
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Martin

Try your search and see if you have the MM5316.

I will do it tonight- I don't have the Adobe PDF reader here. Although I must say it doesn't look promising- I don't seem to have a National MOS data book- in amongst the multitude of others. Colour me disappointed.

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PDF Merger
DrFPGA   12/10/2013 9:47:22 AM
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Thanx for the pointer the PDF merger. A tool I will also use frequently.

Not many of us can say we literally gave parts of ourselves to advanced the engineering profession...

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MP3
MeasurementBlues   12/10/2013 9:35:53 AM
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"this was after I had converted all my 60s/70s music on LPs to MP3 files"

I never did that, but then, I realized that most of the music should remain buried. Besides, I can still hear it on classic rock radio or YouTube.

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Re: Good scanner
Caleb Kraft   12/10/2013 9:26:59 AM
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that is a true testament both to her commitment and that scanner! I would have probably gotten distracted by something shiny long before that job was done.

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