@Max..." I initially thought you were talking about the Television Program " Had a look - it is really funny and I'll look for some more. However I doubt it would have caused Caleb to misinterpret Aubrey's gender :-)
Great job you have done. Hope to see your archive somewhere on this globe soon. For myself I have them in my hands each 5 years... Never threw them in the bin, but when I know there is an archive I might save myself some shelf space ;-)
A good alternative is to use Dropbox or MajorTom to host your mass array of information. I use Dropbox to house 3D dummy drawings and videos for customers. This also allows you to control who has access.
>"Y'all did notice the slide show of the cover art, I hope"
I did once you told us......
I knew you had done this (and I seem to remember you've helped me out with datasheets in the past) but I had not realised quite what a labor of love it was.
Some datasheet sites keep parts of whole databooks available and indexed as to what chips they refer to. maybe one of them could post copies of your records (you seem to be pretty altruistic about making them freely available). I just had a look at our own Datasheets.com - in the index on the home page there is space for a "Databooks" entry. How about it UBM? It would make your site the most comprehensive datasheet collection in the world!
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