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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Analog is not dead it is evolving
Max The Magnificent   6/19/2014 11:55:32 AM
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@Steve: I am really excited about tomorrows chat.

Because I will be there?

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Re: Live chat
Max The Magnificent   6/19/2014 11:54:33 AM
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@David: Karen, if you can guarantee that both Max the Magnificent and Measurement Blues will be there...

She can't guarantee that -- she's not the boss of me -- oh, wait a minute, now I come to think about it she is th eboss of me LOL

I'll be there -- I hope to see you there

steve.taranovich
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Analog is not dead it is evolving
steve.taranovich   6/19/2014 11:29:46 AM
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I am really excited about tomorrows chat. I have been an analog engineer for 42 years and have seen the "evolution" of the analog designer morph into something quite different than the 60s pioneers or the 70s designers (me). It will be fun and interesting to hear the other engineer's inputs and experiences on this controversial topic.

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Live Chat on Friday
Susan Rambo   6/19/2014 9:20:43 AM
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Karen, I look forward to your live chat tomorrow on analog engineers.

David Ashton
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Live chat
David Ashton   6/11/2014 5:06:07 PM
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Karen, if you can guarantee that both Max the Magnificent and Measurement Blues will be there I might almost get up at 3am for it.  Rip-Roaring it will certainly be!

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