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'[EE]: Giant dot-matrix displays Densitron'
|Andy Howard wrote:
Could be... I signed up got an info packet of various goodies. I then
got a call from the regional salesman in my area who was extremely to
the point saying basically "Hi this is the densitron guy, I just wanted
to call you give you my phone number and if you need anything give me a
call." He also mentioned that he had most everything there in his office
and could demo it if I wanted. I thanked him and that was it. no
pressure no questions or anything.. I wrote his name and number down (I
never do that) just in case I needed it at some point.
Just one experience,
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From: "Damon Hopkins" <UNITY.NCSU.EDU> mdhopkin
To: <MITVMA.MIT.EDU> PICLIST
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 3:39 AM
Subject: Re: [EE]: Giant dot-matrix displays Densitron
Yep, that's certainly good, if only all sales droids were so sensible.
My problem comes when I'm browsing to see what's available and I'm asked to
register before I can even see details of the product, (datasheets etc.) to
decide if I want to pursue the matter.
I have this nightmare vision where every site I goto to browse datasheets
wanted me to register... I'd never get any work done like that. Like many
designers I often browse the data just to see what's available, in fact some
quite good products have come from one of those "Ah-ha" serendipity moments
when checking out datasheets on a manufacturers site.
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