@Andy-l---Please never think that I do not listen to my audience feedback. Unfortunately, I was not getting comments from Planet Analog in some cases, like this one, because they were going to my new SPAM mail (A new SPAM mail file had to be instituted for Aspencore). I think you can understand how much SPAM I get as an editor, so it is very time-consuming to me to scan through the SPAM folder for now until I get all my pertinent e-mails approved for my Outlook mail.
I don't want to make excuses, but I do not want you to think I do not care about my audience. The Planet Analog audience is everything to me and I value their feedback above all. But, no excuses---you deserve the best edited tech blogs in the industry as my audience.
Sorry guys--- we are experiencing some minor glitches like this during the switch of UBM systems over to AspenCore systems--- please bear with us during this transition.
I do hope you liked the other information and links that show who the Analog Aficionados are and what we do at this annual get- together
Winters are getting shorter and temperatures are on the rise, and I think youíll agree with me that overheating is never a good thing. Whether itís human beings, equipment or pizza, you never want anything to be too hot.