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Re: Part III: Selecting a Modular Test Systems Architecture
flared0ne   6/6/2012 2:58:42 PM
NO RATINGS
Have to suspect something -- if I see the "buffering" tick-tick-ticking in the "radio" player above, I wonder if I'm seeing a repetitive resource-grabber with a low percentage duty cycle WHICH, if it happens to collide with a "post" event, will stomp on my post. And yeah, the odds of it (the post-stomper) being VISIBLE would seem to be pretty small -- many other potential culprits abound, I know... Could be as simple as "don't use emphatic-emphasis hypertext characters" too.

 

(No, when I say "system ignoring posts" I mean "I clicked "POST" and nothing displayed. What I typed went 'away', never to be seen and, too often, unduplicable". I wasn't up to the level of "I said something, you didn't respond". I don't expect closure on EVERYthing I say, that would be unreasonable. Thanks, though)

 

"Tracking its sources" IS useful, since those sources usually include expanded references and additional info links. Aggregate, aggregate, but don't hide open-source "not original" materials...

 

I'm outahere. For now. Hasta manana.



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