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Lessons from the trash can.

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tulandaro
tulandaro
8/17/2017 11:33:28 AM
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Re: Planet Analog Lessons Learned Collection!
Hi Morris, do you have any other great suggestions of this subject? I will be very glad to hear them.

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Morris2000
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8/16/2017 3:16:44 PM
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Re: Planet Analog Lessons Learned Collection!
I also think the same way you do that is absolutely a good idea.

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todyenoe
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8/12/2017 2:22:04 PM
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Re: Lessons from the trash can - Thanks for sharing!
hi venternato, as Tim said, do you really think that it simple in comparison?

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TimTonne
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8/11/2017 12:55:17 PM
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Re: Lessons from the trash can - Thanks for sharing!
a really simple in comparison ?

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venternato
venternato
8/1/2017 11:42:59 PM
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Lessons from the trash can - Thanks for sharing!
Hi Victor, thanks for your great sharing! Although the few hints I may have would be really simple in comparison to those you are talking about, I would be happy to try and contribute.

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steve.taranovich
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5/30/2017 7:43:39 PM
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Re: Planet Analog Lessons Learned Collection.
>>Thanks. It is a huge improvement


Unfortunately it is a daily effort that consumes some of my creative time, but it needs to be done.

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alexander
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5/30/2017 5:31:57 PM
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Re: Same idea..
There was an attempt to create a similar idea in the embedded space here

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antedeluvian
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5/30/2017 3:22:10 PM
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Re: Planet Analog Lessons Learned Collection.
Steve

 I have deleted all nonsensical messages and bogus or 'false' bloggers from Planet Analog

Thanks. It is a huge improvement.

 

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antedeluvian
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5/30/2017 3:18:17 PM
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Same idea
There was an attempt to create a similar idea in the embedded space here:

Quick Tip for the Embedded Systems Engineer

Unfortunately it didn't get very far

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steve.taranovich
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5/26/2017 7:41:32 PM
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Re: Planet Analog Lessons Learned Collection.
@antedeluvian and our other Planet Analog audience members; I have deleted all nonsensical messages and bogus or 'false' bloggers from Planet Analog (As much as I can have found recently, that is) I do apologize for this rude intrusion into such an esteemed audience's commentary and our author's blogs. 

The reason this was not done sooner is that I had to take care of far larger issues that were higher on the list since our integration from UBM to Aspencore----which, by the way, has been a fantastic experience for we editors, advertisers and will also be an improved experience for our audience, without whom we would not exist.

An item high on my agenda is better search engines on EDN and Planet Analog sites. Please bear with us until we get these items executed in order of importance.

Please keep me informed as other 'intruders' enter the site. I try to watch vigilantly; however, my prime objective is creating the best tech articles in the industry, especially for current events happening around the world both on EDN and on Planet Analog. This keeps me very busy because my research into such topics is extensive and time-consuming.

Thanks for staying with Planet Analog and I do hope you enjoy the blogs and that their content enriches you as an engineer, makes you think, makes you sometime smile or laugh out loud, but most of all makes you want to return to this site for a widely diverse set of commentaries on "All things Analog"

Best regards,

Editor Steve T

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