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Comment: Re: Do the math - _hm - 2/1/2015
Comment: Re: UnSeen University - _hm - 1/31/2015
Comment: Tabula RIP - _hm - 1/31/2015
Comment: Where is Apple TV 2? - _hm - 1/31/2015
Comment: Happy IBM - _hm - 1/31/2015
Comment: That is cool - _hm - 1/31/2015
Comment: Good work! - _hm - 1/30/2015
Comment: Looks simplistic design? - _hm - 1/29/2015
Comment: Employ white noise - _hm - 1/28/2015
Comment: Slow down - _hm - 1/27/2015
Comment: Better innovation - _hm - 1/27/2015
Comment: Eye catching trend - _hm - 1/25/2015
Comment: Re: Good Grief! - _hm - 1/24/2015
Comment: Re: Good Grief! - _hm - 1/24/2015
Comment: Re: Oooh Shiny! - _hm - 1/24/2015
Comment: Re: DNA decoding ... - _hm - 1/23/2015
Comment: Quite logical - _hm - 1/21/2015
Comment: Applications and cost - _hm - 1/19/2015
Comment: TSMC yields - _hm - 1/18/2015
Comment: Re: Eternal Max! - _hm - 1/18/2015
Comment: Lower price SSD Drive - _hm - 1/16/2015
Comment: Eternal Max! - _hm - 1/15/2015
Comment: Thanks for post! - _hm - 1/13/2015
Comment: No Lidar - _hm - 1/13/2015
Comment: Ice breaker and Blundstone - _hm - 12/24/2014
Comment: Re: Use good cables - _hm - 12/23/2014
Comment: Why not mobile phone? - _hm - 12/23/2014
Comment: Re: Yep was a Favorite - _hm - 12/23/2014
Comment: Use good cables - _hm - 12/23/2014
Comment: So expensive! - _hm - 12/23/2014
Comment: How about non lambda inc.? - _hm - 12/21/2014
Comment: Lagrangian point - _hm - 12/21/2014
Comment: P G Woodhouse? - _hm - 12/19/2014
Comment: Charlotte's web - _hm - 12/19/2014
Comment: Cost of faceless instrument - _hm - 12/15/2014
Comment: Re: Wonder Spectrometer - _hm - 12/15/2014
Comment: Re: It is Wonderful World - _hm - 12/15/2014
Comment: Can you write about F16? - _hm - 12/13/2014
Comment: It is Wonderful World - _hm - 12/13/2014
Comment: Black Cat - Edgar Allan Poe - _hm - 12/13/2014
Comment: Re: You missed Mac Pro - _hm - 12/12/2014
Comment: Re: China and India - _hm - 12/11/2014
Comment: You missed Mac Pro - _hm - 12/11/2014
Comment: China and India - _hm - 12/6/2014
Comment: Do you really need Intel? - _hm - 12/4/2014
Comment: Reference circuits - _hm - 12/4/2014
Comment: Anymore secrets? - _hm - 11/30/2014
Comment: That little budget? - _hm - 11/30/2014
Comment: Lower margin more profit - _hm - 11/30/2014
Comment: Re: Thanks! - _hm - 11/29/2014
Comment: Europe vs USA - _hm - 11/29/2014
Comment: Re: Off by a factor of 10 ? - _hm - 11/29/2014
Comment: Re: Thanks! - _hm - 11/29/2014
Comment: Re: One more commandment - _hm - 11/26/2014
Comment: One more commandment - _hm - 11/26/2014
Comment: Smoked Cheese - _hm - 11/15/2014
Comment: How does it taste? - _hm - 11/15/2014
Comment: Little confused! - _hm - 11/13/2014
Comment: How to make one? - _hm - 11/11/2014
Comment: What if accident happens? - _hm - 11/8/2014
Comment: Out of court settlement? - _hm - 11/8/2014
Comment: Difficult to satisfy all? - _hm - 11/8/2014
Comment: How much will it cost? - _hm - 11/6/2014
Comment: Re: Unconvinced - _hm - 11/5/2014
Comment: Do they need power? - _hm - 11/4/2014


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