I revived this one when I saw the package of knishes in the supermarket the other day. I also knew that Max could not resist replying to my reply of his older comment. Besides, with 98 comments, I knew that those two comments would get the article reach 100.
You know, I divide my time between EET and EDN (both T&M parts). EDN's technical articles and Design Ideas get trickles of comments for years. EET articles tend to be more short lived.
@MeasurementBlues: A colleague of ours sent this link about knishes...
It's not often one hears oneself saying that (at leats, not me). I clicked on that link to find effusive prose along the lines of: "The knish has entered hipster lingo" and "I do believe a knish renaissance is about to take hold."
It's almost lik ereading one of your more technical columns LOL.
"Take hold of what?" I ask myself (whilst crossing my legs).
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