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Looks like the people at EEWeb were short of material again.



You can read the whole thing here.

http://www.eeweb.com/pulse/issue-26-2011

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Nice!  Looks like the same article, with more pictures of your hairy mug?
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Looks like the same article,
Yeah that interview has been repeated, but there's an article as well.

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Interesting. I was reading another series in elektor magazine that developed a home network with nodes over the course of last year. I can see both being very versatile.
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If anyone wants a wallpaper image of the above pic for their computer I can make one up smiley

I'll take one, just for the epic beardage!!!

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Actually - congrats on the article; you got your mug on the cover of a magazine! Pretty cool!
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Man, I've been tying to get onto the forum since yesterday, did the sever crash or something?

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congrats on the article; you got your mug on the cover of a magazine! Pretty cool!
Thanks, I've been on a couple over the years plus in TV shows and magazines, I still get a kick out of it though.

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Yes, server down, took ages it seemed to recover, areas still need work it seems, like PMs.
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