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1995\01\25@084302 by holster

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Is anybody there?  I stopped getting mail from the list a few days ago.  Hello,
is there anybody home???

1995\01\25@094104 by Derrick Early

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> Is anybody there?  I stopped getting mail from the list a few days ago.  Hello
,
> is there anybody home???
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Yes, I'm listening, but no one is talking.

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Derrick Early
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1995\01\25@100629 by Arley Carter

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Hello:
I am having bizarro experiences with this list as well.
I got your mail, but I haven't got any mail from the list since ~ Jan 20.
I sent e-amil to jory bell yesterday but haven't gotten a response yet:
Huh?!!!!

e-mail me if you get this message.
My sig says it all! ;-)

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Arley Carter
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|| Technology is great, when it works! ||
On Wed, 25 Jan 1995, holster wrote:

> Is anybody there?  I stopped getting mail from the list a few days ago.  Hello
,
> is there anybody home???
>

1995\01\25@104854 by Lou Sortman

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>> e-mail me if you get this message.
> My sig says it all! ;-)
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> -arc
> Arley Carter
> arcspamKILLspamarchp.pdial.interpath.net
> || Technology is great, when it works! ||

1995\01\25@111220 by Conny Andersson

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Yes, we are here, where are you?

It would be interesting to know where all of you PIC-fans live, in what
country, what town ...

Why not make a document where all members of the PICLIST tell something
about themselves, and then distribute the document to all who wants to know
about all the others?

Conny Andersson / Sweden
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1995\01\25@121358 by Coats Jack

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things do seem a bit quiet...

1995\01\25@122641 by Coats Jack

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----- Begin Included Message -----


It would be interesting to know where all of you PIC-fans live, in what
country, what town ...

Why not make a document where all members of the PICLIST tell something
about themselves, and then distribute the document to all who wants to know
about all the others?

Conny Andersson / Sweden
EraseMEy93conanspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTisy.liu.se


----- End Included Message -----

Ok, I'll do a little bit...

I am Jack Coats, work for Amoco (an oil company), in Houston, TX USA

I find the PIC interesting, but have no particular use for them other
than wanting to learn.  If anyone has a few ideas for some simi-useful
gadgets to build using them, I'd like to know.

I would like to build something to measure how much and for how long
an appliance has been on by monitoring the AC current.  But not being
one with a good electrical background (I'm a computer jock by training
and nature) I feel a bit hampered.

... JC

1995\01\25@124802 by Alexander Akulin

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Conny Andersson wrote:
       It would be interesting to know where all of you PIC-fans live, in what
       country, what town ...

       Why not make a document where all members of the PICLIST tell something
       about themselves, and then distribute the document to all who wants to k
now
       about all the others?

Well, there is a thing that can help in this good affair...
LISTSERV has a command 'REVIEW PICLIST' that can send you the
list of all subscribers. Unfortunately, when I tried it now, it
answered: 'you are not autorised...'. Why? Well, we ca ask Jory Bell,
as I understand.. hope he IS authorised :)

Now about piclist archieves:
If I right, all our mails are stored in a listserv, so we can
list them with 'INDEX PICLIST' and then get with 'GET PICLIST LOGxxxx'.

Regards,
Alexander Akulin

1995\01\25@133240 by AyM

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Ohh. I forgot to say that I'm from Prague. If anyone know this city.


                                       (AyM)

1995\01\25@133243 by AyM

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Well. I think that I'm of of the users which use PIC 's quite offten.
I'm from Czech Republic which means that I'm in europe.
Actualy post comunistic country. :(((! :-)
I own programer based on David Tait's programer and I own even profesional
programer which is called PREPROM 2. Which has all features for all microchips
and for all series of PICs and Intels and NECs and ... so on.
Now I'm working on my PhD project.
I'm sorry if I makes any mistakes in english but english is not my native
language.
Anyway you can find me on IRC quite offten under nick AyM.

                               (AyM)

PS: this is reply on mail:th topic where are you from??

1995\01\26@011109 by Lance Walley

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On Jan. 25, "AyM" wrote:

>Ohh. I forgot to say that I'm from Prague. If anyone know this city.


Of course, we know of Prague (Praha)!  I saw your city for just one day
last year, to meet a possible distributor.  My visit was very short, but
what I saw looked quite beautiful.

Are there many PIC users in the Czech Republic?  I think you are one of the
only PIC people I've heard of.


------------------------  Lance Walley  ---------------------------
                         Parallax, Inc.

1995\01\26@151648 by Tracy R. Reed

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On Thu, 26 Jan 1995, Jon Poland SE Sun St Louis wrote:

> I do think it would be interesting to put a microprocessor into a model
> rocket but haven't found a good application that justifies this method over
> other telemetry methods.

Other telemetry methods? What other telemetry methods? I suppose you can
measure the angle of ascension and do the trig to find altitude, but that
never seems to be very accurate. You can also measure it's time of
flight, but this is only as accurate as the person doing the timing and
gives you the average. A microprocessor (and appropriate pressure sensors)
could give you accurate altitude, airspeeds, acceleration profile, etc.

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