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Content posted in October 2009
The vampire energy suckers
Analog Design  
10/27/2009   6 comments
Are you too surrounded by gadgets and gizmos that, despite their so-called energy lean credentials, suck the power right out of our wall sockets on a daily basis ... unnecessarily?
It's all a question of timing
Analog Design  
10/6/2009   1 comment
A snippet that caught my attention this week is NASA's use of laser to track the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) to within 4 inches – an outstanding feat of accuracy ...

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