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Just noticed mstechca is gone.

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Bye mstechca, found his farewell post. Glad I did, I thought he might have zapped himself into the 23rd century.

Good advice and the laws of physics did not seem apply to mstechca.

Someone would tell him the tried & true answer, and mstechca would debate it and said he did it better.

I think there was a 15MHz 555, and he invented some sort of feedback circuit. too many to remember. Always fun though.
 
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mramos1

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William At MyBlueRoom said:
Bye mstechca, found his farewell post. Glad I did, I thought he might have zapped himself into the 23rd century.

Good advice and the laws of physics did not seem apply to mstechca.

Someone would tell him the tried & true answer, and mstechca would debate it and said he did it better.

I think there was a 15MHz 555, and he invented some sort of feedback circuit. too many to remember. Always fun though.
I thought it was odd he was not leaving posts lately. I really actually miss Nigel's replies. They are classic..

Well, I am "off to buy a speaker and battery" so I can fix my pic software problem.
 
mramos1 said:
I thought it was odd he was not leaving posts lately. I really actually miss Nigel's replies. They are classic..

Well, I am "off to buy a speaker and battery" so I can fix my pic software problem.
Heck I can program a pic with a 12v car battery and a morse key :D
debugging is for sissys, I KNOW my code works :p
 

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William At MyBlueRoom said:
Heck I can program a pic with a 12v car battery and a morse key :D
debugging is for sissys, I KNOW my code works :p
No regulator? That really is something lol.
 

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I would cut the positive wire in half, strip it and stand on each end with bare feet in wet grass. Lean forward to get my 5V, but I have not mastered the morse code keypad. :p I just tap the wires for programming.

Then I get out my speaker and make sure it runs...

I guess we should be nice. They were entertaining sometimes. Esp. the comebacks.
 
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