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2001\03\22@043646 by Clive Frederickson

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A rep visited us recently and told us about Cypress's new 8bit micro's. I
have not read the data sheets yet, But initially they look quiet impressive.
Apparently an ex-microchip guy was involved in the design /  development.

Thought it was worth a mention.

Regards

Clive Frederickson
R&D Technician (CECF Group)


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2001\03\22@081131 by Andy David

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> A rep visited us recently and told us about Cypress's new 8bit micro's. I
> have not read the data sheets yet, But initially they look quiet
> impressive.
> Apparently an ex-microchip guy was involved in the design /  development.


       Has anyone else noticed Andy Warren's new email footer??? C'mon
       Andy, what are you up to, there???



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2001\03\22@153555 by Andrew Warren

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Clive Frederickson <PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> A rep visited us recently and told us about Cypress's new 8bit
> micro's. I have not read the data sheets yet, But initially they
> look quiet impressive.

   Yeah, they rock.

> Apparently an ex-microchip guy was involved in the design /
> development.

   Many Cypress employees used to work for other semiconductor
   companies; it's probably safe to say that there's "an
   ex-Microchip guy involved" in the design, development, or
   manufacture of most Cypress products.  The same thing could be
   said, of course, for ex-National guys, ex-TI guys, ex-Motorola
   guys, etc.

   -Andy


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2001\03\22@155919 by Andrew Warren

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Andy David <PICLISTspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Has anyone else noticed Andy Warren's new email footer??? C'mon
> Andy, what are you up to, there???

   Oh, you know... A little of this, a little of that.

   My job description says that I architect new microprocessors.

   -Andy


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2001\03\22@162402 by Mike Mansheim

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>  My job description says that I architect new microprocessors.

Another new verb!!  One that I haven't seen yet as I track the
verbing of America.

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2001\03\22@171410 by Andrew Warren

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Mike Mansheim <spamBeGonePICLISTspamBeGonespamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> >  My job description says that I architect new microprocessors.
>
> Another new verb!!  One that I haven't seen yet as I track the
> verbing of America.

Mike:

Do a web search for "to architect" and you'll find over 20,000 hits.
That's about 50% more than you'll find for "to nag" and twice as many
as you'll find for "pedant" or "nit-picking".

-Andy

P.S.  "Verbing" isn't an English word; the word which means "to
     convert into a verb" is "verbalize".


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2001\03\22@174559 by David P. Harris

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I expect the 'verbing' was tongue-in-cheek, since the topic was making
nouns into verbs - how doe that 'impact' you?
David

Andrew Warren wrote:

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2001\03\23@032300 by Andy David

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> > >  My job description says that I architect new microprocessors.
> >
> > Another new verb!!  One that I haven't seen yet as I track the
> > verbing of America.
>
> Mike:
>
> Do a web search for "to architect" and you'll find over 20,000 hits.
> That's about 50% more than you'll find for "to nag" and twice as many
> as you'll find for "pedant" or "nit-picking".
>
> -Andy
>
> P.S.  "Verbing" isn't an English word; the word which means "to
>       convert into a verb" is "verbalize".


       I've pondered this for some time... is there an official
       procedure to issue "Honorary UK Citizenship" to Mr Warren?

       With his sense of humour (sic) there HASTA be some British
       lineage somewhere...


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2001\03\25@124845 by mmucker

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Why don't you guys 'partner' together and figure it out?

I *hate* that one!  I hear it at work all the time, and it makes me cringe.

-Matt

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2001\03\25@204214 by Dale Botkin

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On Sun, 25 Mar 2001, Matthew Mucker wrote:

> Why don't you guys 'partner' together and figure it out?
>
> I *hate* that one!  I hear it at work all the time, and it makes me cringe.

If I hear one of the PHB's say we'll "take ownership" of a problem again,
I'm afraid I'll just have to jab him in the butt with a hot soldering
iron.

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2001\03\26@161651 by Mike Mansheim

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> Do a web search for "to architect" and you'll find over 20,000 hits.
> That's about 50% more than you'll find for "to nag" and twice as many
> as you'll find for "pedant" or "nit-picking".

> -Andy

> P.S.  "Verbing" isn't an English word; the word which means "to
>      convert into a verb" is "verbalize".

this is a late response - I'm way behind on my piclist e-mail.

Ouch!  This was just a lame attempt at humor - my apologies if
you were offended.  I didn't intend to nitpick or criticize - this
is simply a widespread phenomenom that I find interesting to follow,
and I truly hadn't seen that usage before.  'verbing' was an
intentional, tongue in cheek participation in the "fun" (past tense).
Again:  I'm sorry.  I'll be quiet now.

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2001\03\26@172805 by Chris Carr

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> > Do a web search for "to architect" and you'll find over 20,000 hits.
> > That's about 50% more than you'll find for "to nag" and twice as many
> > as you'll find for "pedant" or "nit-picking".
>
> > -Andy
>
> > P.S.  "Verbing" isn't an English word; the word which means "to
> >      convert into a verb" is "verbalize".
>
> this is a late response - I'm way behind on my piclist e-mail.
>
> Ouch!  This was just a lame attempt at humor - my apologies if
> you were offended.  I didn't intend to nitpick or criticize - this
> is simply a widespread phenomenom that I find interesting to follow,
> and I truly hadn't seen that usage before.  'verbing' was an
> intentional, tongue in cheek participation in the "fun" (past tense).
> Again:  I'm sorry.  I'll be quiet now.
>
Can I Pick a Nit and point out that "verbalize" is not an English word but
an American corruption of the English word "verbalise".

Sorry, I couldn't resist the temptation.

Regards
Chris

Hey ....My word checker just tried to correct verbalize....Who's a happy
little Tyke      8-)

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2001\03\26@174650 by Andrew Warren

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Mike Mansheim <RemoveMEPICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Ouch!  This was just a lame attempt at humor - my apologies if
> you were offended.
>
> I'm sorry.  I'll be quiet now.

   Please don't.  The truth is, you were absolutely right about the
   "architect" thing.  When I wrote that original email, I
   vacillated between "architect" and "define" for a while. Once I'd
   decided on the former, I felt I had to defend my choice... Even
   though _I_ wasn't real comfortable with the usage, either.

   No offense taken, and my sincere apologies if my reply offended
   you or made you feel uncomfortable about what you'd written.

   -Andy


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2001\03\26@181823 by mmucker

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> >
> Can I Pick a Nit and point out that "verbalize" is not an English word but
> an American corruption of the English word "verbalise".
>
> Sorry, I couldn't resist the temptation.
>

Hey... we can't help it if the Brits spelled it wrong the first time... :)

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