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posted in May 2002

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Rube's revenge
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5/28/2002   Post a comment
I got through our daughter's Rube Goldberg project (see March 25, page 44) and lived to tell the tale.
The barn door
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5/20/2002   Post a comment
It's a shame that we wait for the ebb tide to clean up our problems.
Corner-office view
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5/13/2002   Post a comment
Hector Ruiz made no friends at Motorola. Mention his name to most current or former Motorolans and watch the red rise in their faces. Now the man who, when he took over Moto's semiconductor operations, said that a good revolutionary "first burns down the churches and the schools and then builds them back up" has AMD in front of him.
Lightening up
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5/6/2002   Post a comment
I live on a street that has no street lights. I love it-and that's odd, coming from a guy who as a kid was no fan of the darkness of passing storms or mountain nights.


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