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So... I'm now in a full time job and am finding that I just haven't the time to be watching all the posts coming through here and not having much time for electronics either (outside of work) so I'm cutting the wires for my RSS feeds and un-subscribing from a number of threads on here.
The feeds have also almost become too full with the increase of posts which I have observed over the last year or so.

I may check back from time to time but for the moment I'm taking a break from it all. I have many of my own projects to finish up without being given brilliant ideas for new ones by all you lot!

I may still be on the IRC rooms (probably during the UK work day smiley-razz ) but that will also no doubt be limited.

I hope to return in force some time in the future but we'll have to see how it goes.

Happy hacking!

Mowcius
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I very much doubt that we have seen the last of Mowcius.

That pesky work thing just gets in the way of fun!

All the best. Si.
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Good luck with the new job!
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See you around mowcius!  Those day jobs sure get in the way of projects.
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Those day jobs sure get in the way of projects.
They sure do, IMHO work is vastly overrated smiley

Good luck Mowcius, I'm sure we'll see you again.

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