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Walmart and Target are primary supermarket chains in the US. They
must have supermarkts in Belguim that sell AA cells. No?
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I guess this is true in your part of the world.
In my part there is no wallmart and RS is a "business only" company.

Yes, it is often difficult to get parts and equipent in developing nations. The point of the walmart suggestion is that now in many common stores in the US, in the camera section, there are blister packs of AA and AAA rechargable batterys with a small charger for a reasonable price.
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I don't think Belgium can be classed as a 'developing nation'.
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I don't think Belgium can be classed as a 'developing nation'.

Does that mean they are as developed as they are ever going to be?  smiley-wink
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I don't think Belgium can be classed as a 'developing nation'.

Well, if they don't have stores that sell the rechargable AA and AAA batterys used in digital cameras, then they still have some work to do.  smiley-wink 
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As I understand it, Belgium no longer has a government in which case they could be the most developed of all nations.

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I'm glad to have helped put Belgium on your maps.  smiley-grin

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A Belgian invented Bakelite. What more do you need?

And, of course, Hergé was Belgian too.
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The number of people who don't know this and the number of people who don't know bakelite are countless.
I guess Jean-Claude van Damme is better known than the previous 2 "nice to knows"

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Everyone knows what Bakelite is, don't they? The early TV, Radio and Telephone industries were based on it.
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I don't think so.
Anyone younger than 40 not holding a engineering degree is very unlikely to know this material.
Shall we organize a poll? smiley-cool
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You're probably right. I'm certainly not in the under 40 bracket.
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Hi,
   Going back to an earlier response RE Information Fatigue, I am certainly fatigued but have finally found the information and managed to get blink onto an optiboot ATMega8, solution here if your interested -

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,99134.msg743041.html#msg743041

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