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Realy good to check the analog VS digita amd old computers.
This presentation is realy good to

Thanks Max for this valuable presentation.

Iron

Refresher for me after college back in 90s

Hello to archive from Oregon

In slide 11, the wave form in and the out wave aren't the same. Hopefully if the double conversion is performed correctly, they would be the same. Or is this just an illustration and isn't meant to be scaled, etc. I would also think it would be more complex to design a DAC than a ADC. Yes/no?

Iron

thanks for accept my request

 

Iron

okay session.  see you next time.

 

Iron

I cannot see an url

 

Iron

I am an engineer who went into software.  I am getting back into electronics as a hobbyist.

 

Iron

Take care all and we'll see you next time.

Iron

ahh another interesting presentiation from Max.

Iron

ready for another rousing lecture

Iron

I am new to the industry. I learned a lot from this part 2. Thanks

Iron

Great story on the mechanical calculator

I just purchased a sound card oscilloscope probe for 25.00 on ebay I'm hoping to use it to look closer at a simple RC circuit for picking the right capacitor

Ive got the slide rule image up

I'm an electronic engineer but make my living with programming interfacing with embeded systems. I'm moving into learning arduino functionality and am building a stronger foundation.

Hello ready for another interesting enjoyable lecture

Thanks Max. Hope we'll get more details on DSP vs DSP in next lectures

Iron

Good story of Curta, Max!

There is a Curta calculator display in Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.

Finally got the time to catch up on Max's classes!

My name is Harold, and I am a novice. I will be listening and taking these courses

Iron

Referesher familiar with Max and his expertise.

Iron

look for the http:// values posted by Max in the stream of comments below (first one is about 1/2 the way down)

where is the link that clive said to see in the "chat window"?

Iron

where is the chat window?

 

Iron

I'm 63.  Ex-field service repairing medical equipment to componant level.  Now I volunteer at a High School Skills Center helping electronics students.

Viewing your presentation for as a review.

Iron

I am a nooby. I have a background in clinical biochemistry but have always had an interest in electronics.

It is an enormously powerfull tool. Edwin S. Katz in hot, humid Houston

Iron

where was the link to see slide-rule and computer

 

Iron

i am staying on power point screen.

 

Iron

Thanks Max! I like your approach! It seems that you could add more beef to these segments - you have our interest and then you drop us off - like watching a TV show that ends with a clif hanger! Please request more time, and I was unable to see information in the window. I clixked on HTML and still could not see. I'll update my Flash player and see if that helps. See you tomorrow and thanks again. HCH

Iron

Sorry I'm late for class, was working on a project.

Iron

I'm using this as a refresher course and to pick up on some missing items.

 

Iron

To answer the question regarding the background of the participants:

FW engineer for high power conversion systems for mainframes with a Comp Eng degree.  Using this as a refresher for the actual HW.

Iron

Still updating -- I think we'll leave the rest until tomorrow -- thansk everyone for (a) attending and (b) the kind words -- C U tomorrow -- B there or B square :-)

Blogger

isn't it funny that the faster the technology goes the more time we spend waiting for it...   (I'd put a smiley, but I'm not sure I'm joking...   :)

 

I will have to go, and will be back tomorrow. Tchau! 

Iron

@MAX, I know the feeling. This interface has its shortcomings. Same thing happens if you loose the connectionb and have to reload the page.

Iron

how do you capture the 15 to 30 Hz signal easily?

Iron

I'm really sorry about this -- now I'm up to th emessages saying what everyine is doing, like looking for a refresher course or being a student -- this could take ages before I'm caught up -- I think we'll have to leave it until tomorrow  -- so if you have any questions from today's course -- post them here and I'll read them later and i'll try to answer them tomorrow

Ah ... now I'm seeing the message from folks saying that they are seeing the first image I put up -- give me strength!!!

Blogger

 

hey max 1 Q

how to track the low frequency signal(15 to 30 Hz) from beneath the ground surface accurately?


We use pig transmitters that emit low frequency signals and a receiver is supposed to accurately track that signal but our receiver catches any undesired low frequency signal which is not necessarily the one from the transmitter. What is the ideal way to get rid of this problem?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Iron

Max,

The analog Computers that I've worked with used a transistorized chopper drive circuit to sample the input signal before either differentiation or integration signal conditioning, or processing.

Iron

@#$%$ Computers :-)

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Time to go..see you tomorrow.......................................................................................................................................................

@You will have to be patient with me -- I lost my broswer and now I'm back it's refreshing every message ... one ... at .... a ... time .... it's painfully slow -- I'm still seeing the oribginal ones saying "hi" -- give me a minute or two ...

 

Blogger

How does band width of MSO relate to clock speed of mpu or mcu in sut? e.g. if using an mcu at 100MHz, what is the minimum bandwidth mso i can use to get a clear picture of what's happening in the overall device? Thanks.

Iron

OK I'll stop asking you about sampling and Fourier coefficients.

That was me. Will do   Thx
AGAIN  
Can I have ONLY Max or the moderator answer this PLEASE !!!!!!!!
The link given earlier for "Analog Computer"  http://bit.ly/MFRTkM   does NOT work
This redirects to    http://www.clivemaxfield.com/area51/do-not-delete/analog-computer.png      and there is only a placeholder for the image.
ALL other links worked.

Iron

I just messed up my browser and lost all the messages -- re th eperson who can;t see that analog computer (or any of the images) -- email me directly at max@clivemaxfield.com and I'll email you back the image

Blogger

So when do they bring back acoustic couplers :)

Are you still there, Max?

back to sampling frequency and number of bits per sample..how do they relate to the coefficients in the Fourier series for the waveform?

@"I saw one for sale a couple of months ago. $65K"

You are kidding me! That must have been one from the second world war -- mine is post-war (they were used by companies to encrypt messages for at least 10 years after the war)

Blogger

hey max 1 Q

how to track the low frequency analog signal(15 to 30 Hz) from beneath the ground surface accurately?

 

Iron


AGAIN  
Can I have ONLY Max or the moderator answer this PLEASE !!!!!!!!
The link given earlier for "Analog Computer"  http://bit.ly/MFRTkM   does NOT work
This redirects to    http://www.clivemaxfield.com/area51/do-not-delete/analog-computer.png      and there is only a placeholder for the image.
ALL other links worked.

Iron

Re ENIGMA:  just like an old teletype, mmm.

Gold

I do believe we have a full hour of audio, can you please let Max speak the full hour. Thanks, Max Mott

Iron

Re the ENIGMA Machine -- when you open the case on mine you still get that "machine oil" smell

Blogger

back to sampling frequency and number of bits per sample..how do they relate to the coefficients in the Fourier series for the waveform?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYsOi6L_Pw4 CURTA instructions!!!

Iron

$50 Logic Analyzer?

This ???:

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/open-workbench-logic-sniffer-p-612.html

 

Iron

Here's a link to the Red Hot Chili Pipers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwrvHnYpwkk

Blogger

got a couple of USB temperature sensors to track temps while I burn-in Xboxes after repairing 'em

Re the $50 logic analyzer -- thsi is FPGA-based -- remind me on that day (I think we're doing thsi on Thursday) and I'll get you a link to their website

Blogger

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYsOi6L_Pw4

Iron

@PCB Jack" Don't talk to me about temperature sensors -- if you are not careful I will be ranting and raving for hours!!!

Blogger

I would really like to see an ENIGMA machine without going to Bletchley Park (but will go one day, too much history to resist).

Gold

I am interest the $50 logic analyer. Please let us know! Thanks!

Iron

Where do  you guys get an Enigma machine?  I saw one for sale a couple of months ago. $65K

Iron

hold a match (unlit of course) between your teeth when chopping onions...NO CRYING

UNLESS LIT!

How does band width of MSO relate to clock speed of mpu or mcu in sut? e.g. if using an mcu at 100MHz, what is the minimum bandwidth mso i can use to get a clear picture of what's happening in the overall device? Thanks.

Iron

Max has single-handedly raised the prices of Curtas today, now that they are in greater demand!

Iron

Q: What's the similarity between throwing the javilin and playing the bagpipes?

A: You don't have to be very good to get noticed!

Blogger

hold a match (unlit of course) between your teeth when chopping onions...NO CRYING

Iron

Very interesting Max - as usual

Iron

Thank You Max

 

Iron

Need to get me a CURTA for Christmas, Thank you Max & Digi-Key. 

Iron

Thanks Rich, Max, and everyone.

Iron

Garbage In, Garbage Out (re: I have a temperature to voltage converter which is an unstable analog signal, question is how do we convert that to a stable digital signal?)

Iron

Great, some background music for us

before the lecture starts to remind me

to turn on the sound / amplifier / spkrs...

Iron

Re: "I googled CURTA and found sale prices between 2k to 8.5k !!!"

Don;t get me started about the ENIGMA machine I have in the corner of my office

Blogger

if you chew gum while chopping an onion, you wont cry

Iron

Q: what's the difference between playing a bagpipe and swinging a cat?

A: People like cats.

come on.... bagpipe joke 2 please!

 

Iron

aw, Max, that's mean!   poor bagpipes...     and if you use sharp (*sharp*!) knives, you won't cry when cutting an onion...

thanks Max, Rich and DigiKey...see you tomorrow

Iron

EVERYNE: who was the host today? Perhaps the name is in front of my eyes and I don't see it.

Iron

Re the question on talking about dynamic range in dB ... that's a bit beyond the scope of this introductory talk

Blogger

is the sound of a bagpipe digital or analog?

loooooool. max is too funny. awesome lecture

Iron

This is great. Glad for the archive. Thanks.

Iron

Great session. Many thanks.

Iron

Neat story on the Curta

 

Iron
@ caa028: They are expensive.  My collection cost me nearly $2k.

I googled CURTA and found sale prices between 2k to 8.5k !!!

 

Iron

I have a temperature to voltage converter which is an unstable analog signal, question is how do we convert that to a stable digital signal.

Iron

Max, thank you - this was a wonderful class!   And love the stories!

Max:

what is the relationship between the number of bits used in quantization, and the coeficients in the fourier series?

 

Bagpipe Joke #1

Q: What's the difference betweeen chopping up an onion and chopping up a set of bagpipes?

A: Nobody cries when you chop up a set of bagpipes! :-)

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was not able to retrieve url

Iron

See you tomorrow. Thanks!

Iron

Thanks Max - Enjoyed the memories

 

Iron

Thanks Max and Rich. See all tomorrow.

Iron

THANKS MAX...FROM MEXICO

 

Iron

Good presentation

 

Iron

Thanks Max and Rich as well as Digikey.

Iron

there are quite a few Curta calculators on ebay - ranging around $1000; many higher, a few lower

question: touch upon large dynamic range handling in dB?

 

Iron

Thanks for the session today, Max.

Iron

What is the URL for that calculator?

 

Iron

@MAX: This is an amazing holocaust story to learn about.

Iron

electronics engineer refresing to enter into electronics industry

 

Iron

WHAT ABOUT THE ABCUS???

eBay has Curta calculators!

Iron

Max - love the URL -   .../area51/...    :)

Digikey actually sells a Logicstudio16 from LeCroy that plugs into a laptop.

Iron

Thank you, great presentation, keep them coming!

Iron

Excellent once again, Max.

Thanks too, was a presure!

Iron

Thank you, see you tomorrow

 

Iron

Wow... just looked-up Curta on eBay... it goes for ~$1300.-

Iron

Love the Curta...  I've got both a Curta series I and II.

Great job, Max, very interesting!

Iron

great presentation

Iron

GREAT...  GIVE US MORE!!!

Thank you for today's presentation Max

Iron

Thank you so much for your excellent presentation!

Iron

Thank you Max, another great presentation

Iron

*much* faster (not *must* faster)

Iron

Thanks Max, It's very great pt.

Iron

Review, Electronics Engineer

Iron

@richnass: speech must faster than typing :)

Iron

Max, thank you for a great lecture!

Iron

Curta Handheld Mechanical Calculator http://bit.ly/MDVou1

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@Max: yes, the Curta! and the bagpipes. Not out of time!!!

Iron

Thanks again be back tommorrow

 

Iron

Any industry samples for usage of the IPAD signal application?

 

Iron

what is the relationship between the number of bits used in quantization, and the coeficients in the fourier series?

 

NI also announced the iPhone based Apps.

Iron

@Max - tell me the story of the Curta.  And how William Gibson knew about them (_Pattern Recognition_)

Iron

Max - thanks!   That'd be fun to play with..

If we have an unstable analog signal how do we convert that to stable digital signal?

Iron

thanks Maz... congratulations... see you tomorow!

 

Iron

How does band width of MSO relate to clock speed of mpu or mcu in sut?

Iron

@richnass: Just go to the oscium.com web site and take a look.

Iron

Not expensive at all! Go look at the cost of any half decent osc.! I personally purchased an academic grade osc. for the Apple two in 1984, and it cost me US$750!

Iron

5MHz bandwidth only, a bit on the low side

Iron

It's the hardware that is important

 

Iron

Use a MPC555 from freescale

Iron

I've seen a FPGA-based DIY scope

Iron

There is information on similar scopes at www.scopejunction.com in discussions of USB scopes and such.

Platinum

FPGA analyzer - how many channels?

 

sweet!   a real reason to buy an iPad...   :)

or frequecy range or response?

Iron

wow, thats a great toy  for an ipad

what is the App called?

Iron

what is the spec for that device?

 

Iron

Oh my gosh--is that a Tektronix 535 on the right?  Memories, memories. . .

 

Gold

It works for me LinRJo

Iron

i have one here!!! =P

 

Iron

 

The link given earlier for "Analog Computer"  http://bit.ly/MFRTkM   does NOT work

 

Analog Computer http://bit.ly/MFRTkM

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Iron

@gordonmx - good one...keep them coming

Iron

@MAX: Sorry, I meant PARABOLIC.

Iron

Nemos - samples on horizontal are the digital value for that sample - not time value  (else it'd be 000 001 010 011 etc)

I had a friend who was addicted to brake fluid.  He told me not to sorry, he can stop any time.

Iron

@MAX: Do you know why didn't they use a aprabolic reflector with a single microphone in its focus?

Iron

Screen out all the other speaker?

That would be great for debates. ;-)

Iron

@Nemos..they all looks correct to me as well..those values are signal range or value..it is not graph value or incremental of axis.

Iron

The markers on the x-axis aren't describing the time, they're used to say what the digital value of the wave is at that point in time.

Iron

Slide 16 depicts what was/is called "tremolo" (varying amplitude) as opposed to "vibrato" (varying pitch). Think surf music.

Iron

in the time domain

Iron

yes Alan there are some errors

Iron

Nemos - which number do you mean?   (which horizontal one?)  they look correct to me

what is the relationship between the number of bits used in quantization, and the coeficients in the fourier series?

In the telecom world, analog signal is "sampled" every 8,000 times per second X 8 times = 64,000 or the famous 64K

I think that represented a T1 and a phone conversation.  I might need some help on that.

Iron

hot hot chili pipers?

Iron

@Nemos: not sure what you mean -- which 4 on what part of what slide is presented as 111, and why should it be 101?

Iron

Though, I'm an MA in Comp Lit, so... my understanding is... let's say "elementary"... to be kind to myself...

@luizcosta: thanks for the info! :) I'm just remembering my physics course which attempted to be taught as both Algebraic-based and Calculus-based at the same time, and certain things seemed better fit to one or the other...

Max, is a Amplifier involved in the A/D processing?

 

Iron

@MAX No I never really hear any lies, YET! ):o

Iron

the 4 should be 101 instead of 111

Iron

http://www.designnews.com/archives.asp?section_id=1636


is the link for the archive courses

Iron

@JOSEPH: I beg to disagree with the analogy, for in both worlds of analog and digital (continuous and discrete math) algebra and calculus are equally applied.

Iron

Does this course qualify for a PDH for a PE license?

Good afternoon, everyone

Iron

@dfruges - yes, you can access all past presentation in the archive link at top of page

Iron

yes, all classes are available in the archives

Iron

audio is available soon after class ends  (hour or so?)

If we miss a 2:00 PM class any day this week -- is the class recording available for listening at a later time?

Iron

It seems like a preference for one over the other would be analogous to a preference for calculus vs. algebra...

get the images from the URL Max has posted in this chat...find them below in the chat...

Iron

Max, if you still are not a grandfather, you will be a wonderful one; full of stories to tell.

Iron

classic haven't seen one since college

 

Iron

@Max - tell me the story of the Curta.  And how William Gibson knew about them (_Pattern Recognition_)

Iron

long delay... no link yet

Iron

where is the place for getting these images??

Max, we go back to the beginning of all this

Iron

dont confuse analog or early computers with OEM (off line electronic machines) which processed punched cards. a different machine for different functions such as: sorting, printing, merging, calculating

Iron

Curta Handheld Mechanical Calculator http://bit.ly/MDVou1

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You have to cut and paste from his post...

 

http://bit.ly/SSfQIz

Iron

Not really that big covered the side of my dads work shed.

Iron

I remember my dad bringing home the analog computer patch panels and programming them in the evenings to get the jump on the next day's work.

Iron

I can not see what you post.

Iron

Harvard Mark 1 Relay Computer http://bit.ly/SSfQIz

Blogger

wow!!   that's *awesome*!!   how big was it???

Build my first analog Computer in 68.

 

Iron

I used punch cards but nothing that looked like your picture

Old meaning of the "Computer Room"

Iron

Electrical Engineer Intern

Iron

That's why I flunked my first computer course

 

Iron

@max - can see the analog computer

Iron

a little larger than my laptop

Iron

Just like down in the basement.  Use it to warm the house in the Winter!

Iron

Z1 Mechanical computer http://bit.ly/MkT9ZP

Blogger

wow... that's old school!

 

Iron

Max, you and I are eaqually young!

Iron

Sorry dealing with the bane of the digital world email while listening.

Yes it is there.

 

Iron

Good afternoon folks.

Iron

Analog Computer http://bit.ly/MFRTkM

Blogger

slide roler

calculator? only in my 3rd year of engineering school.

 

Iron

still have Dad's old bamboo slide rule.

Iron

Some of us are here.

 

Iron

looks good, i missed using one by 5 years

Iron

(I actually have a slide rule on the bookcase behind me!)

Yes I dont see it

 

Iron

I get a blank screen

 

Iron

looks a lot like an analog calculator to me.

Iron

Can see the pic fine

 

Iron

Works for me - a slipstick

Iron

yepp - the link works

Iron

I see the slide rule!

Iron

looks like the slide rule i have at home

 

yes, we can see the sliderule

 

Iron

Thats not a K&E is it?

 

Platinum

yes see slide rule

 

Iron

@max - yes can see the slide rule

Iron

good grief!!!  a slide rule!!!

 

Yep, it's there

 

Iron

Yes, I can see it... brings back old memories

 

Iron

@Max: I can see the image of the slide rule.

Iron

Slide Rule http://bit.ly/Qht4Ry

Blogger

(re reading the slides)   YES!   I hate lectures like that too!!   (thanks for not doing that!)

Remember, if you have a technical problem, send an email to support@designnews.com

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@garysxt.... I appreciate your initiative

Iron

Engineer, Refresher

Iron

College Student: mostly a refresser but learning some of the finer points.

Iron

Engineer HW and SW

Iron

I have a strong electrical background but week on electronics.

Engineer, refresher

 

Iron

Engineer of >30 yrs. Enjoyed Max's lectures previously and wanted to join in again.

Iron

and enjoying Max's lecture.

Iron

Hello All, I Am Electrical Engineer, refresh knowellage is good

 

Iron

Engineer, hopping over from programmableplanet.com, just because I'm a Max fan.

Iron

product engineer and this is refresher

Iron

This is a refresher course. But I may decide to build a device in the near future.

Iron

Embedded systems engineer.  Refresher.

Iron

Engineer...Refresher

Iron

Hobbyist, amateur radio and by day a systems administrator (IT)

Iron

1st yr drafter (currently in eng school, but freshman level) = NOVICE!!!!

Iron

using as a refersher course.

Iron

just here for the English accent (smile)

Iron

Hey, from Tucson. Review for in job.

Iron

I am a non-degreed engineer specialized in analog design and some digital design. Most of my career was in testing.

I'm waiting for the later parts where FPGAs and the various digital logic families are discussed. I'm an experiance designer and physicist.

Iron

Engineer - looking for good ways to relate info to newbies.

Iron

@rich - enjoy all the DigiKey presentations - EE want to be

Iron

some is a refresher looking to learn something new

I'm sitting in because Max is so entertaining. My professional carreer in electronics began in the 70's with tubes (valves for Max). tubes. Have been designing analog, digital and embedded control systems.

Iron

engineer refresher

 

Iron

@richnass: semi-refresher, semi-fill-in-the-gaps

Iron

i'm a software guy who did hardware 30 years ago when in the us navy and immediately thereafter. i'm getting back into hardware largely because of the arduino. i

 

Iron

yes I am an experienced mechanical engineer and i'm looking for some electrical education/refesher

Iron

Engineer, need to refresh

Iron

engineer, mechanical converting to electrical

 

Iron

I am a newby in terms of understanding electronics as a field itself, but familiar with its applications used in the HVAC engineeringfield

How can I see the slide? document?

Iron

Dom Fruges -- I am a marketing professional who has worked in the tech world.  So, I'm not a "hands-on" engineer or tech person.

Iron

I'm a Corp. Comm. Specialist (public relations) and routinely write press releases about electronic components. Definitely learning for the first time.

And I will post using invisible ink.

Iron

i am a software engineer and want to get some electronics background

Iron

30+ years of design engineering, good refresher

Iron

I'm software, but have played with hardware for a long time (back to building an Imsai 8080, etc)

Refresher, and to see a different perspective on things.

Iron

Novice, in marketing field.

Iron

Engineer refreshing knowledge I _should_already know.

Gold

amateur with some embedded development experience - 12 years ago

 

Iron

Electrical Engineer... never to old to learn!

Iron

Engineer, just refreshing and enjoy listening to Max

 

Iron

BSEE hanging on every word Max speaks!   :)

I am engineer taking this course as a refresher course.

Iron

Design Engineer...Refresher

Iron

Engineer, refresher

Iron

Learning for the first time

Iron

Engineering technician, using it as a refresher

Iron

Medium- hobbyist, engineer, but i don't design electronic cirucuits professionally

Iron

project manager, no engineering background but surrounded by electronics and engineers

 

Iron

Capturing not for me, but to pass on to others who are novices.

Iron

Mechanical Engineer, using as refresher and to expand my understanding of electronics.

Iron

Engineer teachimg grad school systems engineering

Iron

In case you didn't hear the beginning, download the slides from the link above "Today's Slide Deck"

Iron

I'm totally green.

Iron

using this as a refresher course

I just love hearing Max talk

Iron

This is a refresher course for me, essentially continuing ed.

 

Engneer, refresher, and fun with Max.

Iron

Hi form Vancouver island

Iron

@Rich - yes, I'm an engineer and use this as a refresher... and really enjoy listening to Max

Iron

Novice, learning this "for the first time"... (my HS Physics class shouldn't count...)

I am a control systems engineering looking for a refresher

Gold

engineer, refreshing

Platinum

the sound is too Low

Iron

Engineer... refresher course

Iron

hello from sunny MIAMI...

Hello from Raleigh

 

Iron

hello Max...welcome back and anticipating the WOW

Iron

Good Morning from Oregon

 

Iron

Hello Everyone -- hope you are all having a WONDERFUL day!!!

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Great job yesterday, Max!  Really enjoyed it.

Iron

Hello from Honduras

 

Iron

Hi Max" Welcome back!

Iron

Hello from Ogden, UT

Iron

Spread the word about Max's 'Wowser coming up today!

Iron

Rad tebya videt from Chernobyl!!!

Iron

Hello, from Columbia SC

Iron

nearly went overtime yesterday, but really missed the story telling from the 1st semester sessions Max did.

Iron

Hello from Virginia!!

Iron

HELLO FROM OAXACA MEXICO

MAPS

Iron

Hi from Dom Fruges

Iron

pcbJack: not a problem. I have a thick skin and appreciate the feedback

Blogger

Hi from NW Minnesota

Iron

dont say THAT, he will talk FOREVER!

Iron

Spread the word to your friends and co-workers

"Wow" is happening here!

Iron

Hi from steamy Virginia!

 

Iron

Can we let Max go as long as he needs to today?

Iron

rich, sorry for sounding rude yesteray about interruptions... you are doing a good job!

Iron

How can we download the audio recording of the lectures ?

 

Iron

@Rich: "Max has assured me that he's going to wow you today."

I said no such thing!!! (Grin)

Blogger

wELCOME Back.......

 

Iron

Max has assured me that he's going to wow you today.

Blogger

Good morning from Tucson

Iron

five minutes. I'm excited.

Blogger

Good morning from overcast and cool Edmonton

Iron

Hello. Feel like a party!

Iron

Hello from sunny Florida!

Hello All

Max in Mesuqiet NV

Iron

Hello from Sunny San Jose, CA.

Iron

@rick.curl - email at jl@jlbsystems.net send now and I will respond. I have been able to capture these audio files from the archive using IE 8. not sure about other browsers.

Iron

Hello from Jarrnail in Calgary, AB Canada

Iron

jl- dumb question- how do I contract you directly?

Iron

Hello again from sunny and warm Cleveland Ohio!

Does anyone know if these lectures can be used for professional development hours for a professional engineer license?

hello everyone...looking forward to another great presentation by Max

Iron

contact me directly on how to save a local copy of the audio files to your PC

Iron

Almost 100 deg F in SC

Does anyone have any tip about how to save a local copy of the audio stream?  These lectures are great!!!

Iron

Good morning from California

Iron

Hi Rich- Any chance you could put up some audio a bit before start time so we can make sure all is working?

 

Iron

Looks good!

Hello from sunny Lake Simcoe area Onatrio, Canada.

Iron

Looking forward to today's lecture!

Iron

I know the capital of every american state

Iron

Hello all from hot but partly cloudy Killen, Alabama.  Looking forward to this presentation!

Gold

I listened to it again at least twice after work because I was unable to take notes and keep up with the live stream, so today I will just listen and try to absorb as much as I can live, but tonight will really get into it.

Class yesterday was great and I do not mind if we go over again as the wealth of information Max has to search is apperciated.

Iron

I agree about yesterday's class Rich

 

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Part I yesterday was an awesome class. Looking forward to part II today.

Blogger

I am not getting the aduio.

 

Test, test. Good morning!  I hope I can get the class presentation through the firewall (etc).

Iron


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