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2004\01\16@105613 by Tom Deutschman

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Source code (FAT16) and PCB for interfaceing PIC to MMC/SD cards
available here:
www.compsys1.com/workbench/On_top_of_the_Bench/MMC_Project/mmc_pr
oject.html

Also has a PCB for Atmel AVR and MMC/SD card. Nice site!

Tom Deutschman
http://www.wizbangdesigns.com



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2004\01\16@114759 by George Smith

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On 16 Jan 2004, at 7:55, Tom Deutschman wrote:

> www.compsys1.com/workbench/On_top_of_the_Bench/MMC_Project/mmc_pr
> oject.html
>
> Also has a PCB for Atmel AVR and MMC/SD card. Nice site!

Cannot get there -
"Hurricane Electric Internet Services

The failed request was:
www.compsys1.com/workbench/On_top_of_the_Bench/MMC_Project/mmc_project
The requested object does not exist at the specified location. The link you followed is
either outdated, inaccurate, or the server has been instructed not to let you have it."

George Smith

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2004\01\16@145727 by Tom Deutschman

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Sorry, the url broke when I pasted it. Here it is again.

www.compsys1.com/workbench/On_top_of_the_Bench/MMC_Project/mmc_pr
oject.html#sd3x

Their home page is:

http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/index.html

Tom
http://www.wizbangdesigns.com


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2004\01\17@001050 by Hopkins

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Broken link???


> Source code (FAT16) and PCB for interfaceing PIC to MMC/SD cards
> available here:
> www.compsys1.com/workbench/On_top_of_the_Bench/MMC_Project/mmc_pr
> oject.html
>
> Also has a PCB for Atmel AVR and MMC/SD card. Nice site!
>
> Tom Deutschman
> http://www.wizbangdesigns.com



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2004\01\17@002454 by Herbert Graf

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Nope. Works fine here. Make sure you get the wraparound.

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2004\01\17@165218 by Bob Barr

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On Sat, 17 Jan 2004 00:22:48 -0500, Herbert Graf wrote:

>Nope. Works fine here. Make sure you get the wraparound.
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Your site's content is great but I find the dark blue and gray text
extremely difficult to read (especially against the black background).

My eyes aren't the greatest in the world but you'd be doing all of
your visitors (and particularly us older folks) a huge favor if you
were to choose a color scheme that's more readable.


Regards, Bob

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2004\01\17@191539 by Charles Rogers

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Bob Barr wrote:

> >
> >
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> Your site's content is great but I find the dark blue and gray text
> extremely difficult to read (especially against the black background).


MY SENTIMENTS EXACTLY ! !

CR

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2004\01\17@202053 by Herbert Graf

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> Your site's content is great but I find the dark blue and gray text
> extremely difficult to read (especially against the black background).
>
> My eyes aren't the greatest in the world but you'd be doing all of
> your visitors (and particularly us older folks) a huge favor if you
> were to choose a color scheme that's more readable.

       Thanks, but I think your display might be set to dark. The "dark blue" is
actually light blue, and the grey is actually a light grey, it pretty close
to white on almost every screen I've looked at. TTYL

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2004\01\19@034709 by hael Rigby-Jones

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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Tom Deutschman [.....tomKILLspamspam@spam@WIZBANGDESIGNS.COM]
>
>Sorry, the url broke when I pasted it. Here it is again.
>
>www.compsys1.com/workbench/On_top_of_the_Bench/MMC_Project/mmc_proje
ct.html#sd3x
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I suspect it might have worked until very recently...but it dosen't any
more.  Looks like the whole web site is missing, can't even get to the
"workbench" homepage.

Regards

Mike




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2004\01\19@041235 by Tom Deutschman

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Well, that's too bad. I sent them a paypal payment last week for one of
their PIC SD boards and source code. Never did hear anything back and
the payment has been completed. Not a very nice way to cease business.

Does anyone know the person connected to this rsdiolspamspam_OUTcompsys1.com email
address?

Tom

>I suspect it might have worked until very recently...but it doesn't
>any more.  Looks like the whole web site is missing, can't even get
>to the "workbench" homepage.

>Regards

>Mike

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2004\01\19@080704 by Charles Rogers

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Tom:
At http://www.compsys1.com you will find they are in Dowagiac,MI.  Adm. contact
is Diol Ranjit.  You can find more detailed info at networksolutions.com and
go to the "whois" link.  The name of the company is Compsys  LLC.

CR

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2004\01\19@091456 by SM Ling

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It is through http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/index.html

Last update was on 16 Jan 04.

Cheers, Ling SM
> >
> > >I suspect it might have worked until very recently...but it doesn't
> > >any more.  Looks like the whole web site is missing, can't even get
> > >to the "workbench" homepage.
> >

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2004\01\19@100935 by Josh Koffman

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From here that link just brings up an error page. A bit nicer than a
standard Error 404 page, but a page not found none the less.

Josh
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SM Ling wrote:
> It is through http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/index.html
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> Last update was on 16 Jan 04.

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2004\01\19@101802 by Herbert Graf

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> >From here that link just brings up an error page. A bit nicer than a
> standard Error 404 page, but a page not found none the less.
>
> Josh
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> SM Ling wrote:
> > It is through http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/index.html
> >
> > Last update was on 16 Jan 04.

       That same link works perfectly fine for me. TTYL

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2004\01\19@102638 by hael Rigby-Jones

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>> SM Ling wrote:
>> > It is through http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/index.html
>> >
>> > Last update was on 16 Jan 04.

>> >From here that link just brings up an error page. A bit nicer than a
>> standard Error 404 page, but a page not found none the less.
>>
>> Josh
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2004\01\19@103717 by Herbert Graf

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> >> > SM Ling wrote:
> >> > It is through http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/index.html
> >> >
> >> > Last update was on 16 Jan 04.
>
> >> >From here that link just brings up an error page. A bit nicer than a
> >> standard Error 404 page, but a page not found none the less.
> >>
> >> Josh
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2004\01\19@104339 by Herbert Graf
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       Hmm, looks like a DNS issue. My home machine sees http://www.compsys1.com as

Pinging compsys1.com [65.19.164.122] with 32 bytes of data:

Yet my work machine sees it as

Pinging compsys1.com [216.218.177.37] with 32 bytes of data:

So it appears they changed the IP for that site and my home machine is still
using the older IP.


       I just tried accessing the site using the IP 65.19.164.122 with my work
machine and that worked fine, so for now just click on this link:

http://65.19.164.122/workbench/index.html

TTYL
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2004\01\19@111453 by Tom Deutschman

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>         Hmm, looks like a DNS issue. My home machine sees
http://www.compsys1.com as

Pinging compsys1.com [65.19.164.122] with 32 bytes of data:

Yet my work machine sees it as

Pinging compsys1.com [216.218.177.37] with 32 bytes of data:

So it appears they changed the IP for that site and my home machine is
still using the older IP.


       I just tried accessing the site using the IP 65.19.164.122 with
my work machine and that worked fine, so for now just click on this
link:

http://65.19.164.122/workbench/index.html

You guys are brilliant! Thank you. Perhaps there is hope yet of
receiving my order.

Tom

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