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The Hard Ceiling

Kevin,

Responding to your note of 11-26-13:
It is not human brains that have a problem with parallel-concurrent input. We do it all the time. Even while reading a linearly laid out book, the presence of themes, acts, and environments are held in mind…

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“Someone's Got to be Summonsed”

Do you think that a blame culture gets in the way of solving technical issues? or do you think that the adversarial nature of the Anglo-saxon courts of the U.S. and the UK are a fair way of deciding what has happened?

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Cars, Coding, and Carelessness

"I think you will find it is more complex than that"
Interestingly at least two of the accidents with Toyota involved very senior drivers and it could not be proved that they had not stamped on the wrong pedal.
The code was sloppy but the expert witnes…

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Altium Bends Over Backward

Altium is going back to their roots - working to please the desktop PCB designer. Will this change in focus help your design efforts? When will rigid-flex PCB support be important to you?

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A Happier Muse

What are your thoughts on Cadence's Voltus and its links to other tools?

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Thankful Times

What kind of EE goodness are you thankful for? What do you think about DigitalOptics's new memlcam?

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Smart Energy Getting Smarter

What do you think about the SoCs and technology coming online for smart meters and grids?

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FPGA Fone Fusion

Lattice is proposing small, power-miserly FPGAs for sensor fusion in phones and other mobile gadgets. What do you think about this?

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‘The’ gets its own symbol in the alphabet ‘Ћ’

Wow! He not only create the new letter, but added it to unicode tables and to fonts in my computer!
Wow! And to many old books!!!

See "tshe" Wikipedia article:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ћ

"g+1" button present but where is "g-1" button?

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Get Your Motor Runnin'

What kind of super cool design would you create with this new LaunchPad eval kit? What about MIcroGEN's Thing Power??

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FPGAs Ready-to-Eat

"As a bonus, this means that every customer’s design is completed by an expert"

Well you get an expert in their parts and design process, but not an expert in your own design area. The fact that they seem to have picked a certain application niche (se…

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