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Content posted in January 1999
Hey look what you can get in CAD for less than $1,000
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Low-end CAD. Low-priced CAD. Inexpensive CAD. Value CAD. Just what do you call CAD packages under $1,000? Quite good, for one thing.
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SGI reinvents NT workstations
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By modifying the standard PC-motherboard architecture without sacrificing compatibility, Silicon Graphics milks the most out of Intel processors and Windows NT
The race to keep pace 1
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Who has time to keep up with rapidly changing technology?
The incredible shrinking fastener
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As electronic board and component real estate shrink, so do the fasteners that hold things together.
Technology Forecast '99
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Design tools, converging technologies--and economic conditions--will influence the way you
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The Amazing Blood Machine
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Software and plastics enable engineers to design a machine that changes blood types so everyone becomes a universal donor
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The Amazing Blood Machine
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Software and plastics enable engineers to design a machine that changes blood types so everyone becomes a universal donor




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