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Posted by Jim Thompson - 34 minutes ago
Seems the Democrats, Hillary in particular, are claiming that CDC
lacks funding to treat Ebola because the GOP withheld funds.
Hmmmm? Seems the Dems used those funds for something more
Posted by Joerg - 55 minutes ago
Looking for a simple control interface. It should ideally be a module
that can be screwed or snapped into a front panel cutout and contain this:
1. A backlit LCD/TFT/whatever monitor of ...
What to do with the USB cable shield at the device end?
a) Leave it unconnected?
b) Connect it directly to signal ground?
c) Connect to signal ground via some impedance?
Of those, (a) seem...
Started by mpm
1 hour ago
Figured I'd ask here.
Anyone know (or have a favorite) software tool to create a User's Manual?
This manual will support a moderately complex software tool that is 4 years=
in the making. I'm e...
Started by Unknown 2 hours ago
This has to do with that clunker HP 1725 a we got kicking around. If you kn=
ow the history, we got it with a makeshift vertical output amp for the uno=
btainium vertical output IC. Well we got the...
From an S&A newsletter:
I could explain, using a million examples, why minimum-wage laws are
terrible for poor people. That isn't in doubt. When wages rise above the
marginal value of la...
Posted by Skybuck Flying - 2 hours ago
I know this video doesn't proof much, I could make a new one and proof that
But for now this will have to do and you will have to take my word on it:
Posted by Klaus Bahner - 2 hours ago
Since eCAT has been discussed here before, I thought a few of you might
be interested in a new test, which is performed by the same group from
Italy/Sweden, which first test was discussed here som...
Posted by Joe Gwinn - 3 hours ago
We have been seeing little detail-free teasers that Lockheed-Martin's
Skunk Works had come up with a new approach to hydrogen fusion.
The article came in the 15 October 2014 issue of Aviation We...
Posted by John Larkin - 3 hours ago
I just analyzed two products that we have been shipping for three
years or so, looking for BGA connection failures. We've shipped over
1000 total units, about 10 million unit-hours in the field,...