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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Read the book, saw the film, watched the play...
Max The Magnificent   7/16/2014 5:55:03 PM
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@jjulian274: And I'm writing this in jealousness of the amount of genius that will exist in one place in the space time continuum.  (Have you checked with the authorities on the maximum amount of geniusness allowed in any given area (gs/m2)?  You may be pushing the envelope of or universe in what you're trying to do.)

It's funny you should ask that -- only last week I had the shielding checked in my office.

Have you read Blood Music by Greg Bear? This also touchs on this theme. Now, that's one book I would recommend to anyone -- an extremely good read. In fact, now you've brought it to my mind, I think I'll read it again.

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Re: Read the book, saw the film, watched the play...
Max The Magnificent   7/16/2014 5:51:31 PM
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@jjulian274: Dare I ask about the placement of this tattoo?

No, you certainly dare not! (Don't bend over)

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Re: Read the book, saw the film, watched the play...
jjulian274   7/16/2014 5:33:00 PM
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@Max: .. or should we go with a tattoo?

 

Dare I ask about the placement of this tattoo? (Inquiring minds want to know)

And I'm writing this in jealousness of the amount of genius that will exist in one place in the space time continuum.  (Have you checked with the authorities on the maximum amount of geniusness allowed in any given area (gs/m2)?  You may be pushing the envelope of or universe in what you're trying to do.)

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... and now, the Musical!
betajet   7/15/2014 6:43:53 PM
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Hail, hail, the Hamster's here,
Gonna hack some bitstreams,
Gonna hack some bitstreams,
Hail, hail, the Hamster's here,
Gonna set the Done bit now!


[Update: This post is whimsical and fictional.  I am not suggesting anyone is actually engaged in any unlawful or inappropriate activity.]


Max The Magnificent
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Read the book, saw the film, watched the play...
Max The Magnificent   7/15/2014 5:18:03 PM
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Maybe I should have some "All Hail the Mighty Hamster!" T-Shirts made...

... or should we go with a tattoo?

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Re: New Hamster book
Max The Magnificent   7/15/2014 11:49:22 AM
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@TonyTib: I can't believe you didn't mention, Max, that since the Papilio Duo meet its second stretch goal, the Hamster will be updating his tutorial for it.  Since I backed it and one day would like to play with HDLs, I'm pretty excited about that.

Arrggghhh -- I hang my head in shame

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New Hamster book
TonyTib   7/15/2014 11:47:20 AM
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I can't believe you didn't mention, Max, that since the Papilio Duo meet its second stretch goal, the Hamster will be updating his tutorial for it.  Since I backed it and one day would like to play with HDLs, I'm pretty excited about that.

 

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Re: Stop making me blush
Max The Magnificent   7/15/2014 10:02:29 AM
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@Mike Field: I now spend more time doing and less time blogging, which is somewhat of a blessing!

For you, maybe -- but not for us (sad face)

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Stop making me blush
Mike Field   7/15/2014 3:09:18 AM
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Ah the good old days of APP.

However I must admit I now spend more time doing and less time blogging, which is somewhat of a blessing!

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Re: APP's old school!!
Garcia-Lasheras   7/14/2014 12:14:37 PM
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@Duane: "I certainly remember and am grateful for all the good advice I got from the Mighty Hamster back when I was a FPGA fledgling on All Programmable Planet."

APP was a real cool place to learn new tricks and skills for the FPGA developer. I remember that you started writing about FPGAs from the ground-up and, soon after, you were teaching us how to wire & control COTS modules to an FPGA by using standard serial interfaces (I would highlight your I2C blog series). A very impressive progress!!

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