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'[PIC] AN1101, AN1103 pulled? - found via digi-key'
2013\06\02@105009 by Peter

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www.digikey.com/Techzone/category-table.page?site=us&lang=en&zone=microcontroller&docType=app_notes&technology=&supplier=150&country=global&name=App_Notes_Microchip_Technology

search for AN1101 at digi key found it. But search at microchip.com did
not... and it is called 1101a now. Data warehouse indexing fail? It's okay
it happens to many.

I SO wish the document pdf name would reflect the content. It is not that
hard to call it an1101-doc012345.pdf . I can vouch for it, since I am forced
to save them renamed like that to be able to find them again in my computer(s).

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2013\06\02@111230 by John Ferrell

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I am in agreement. Perhaps relating a .tag file to it or some such. I have collected a lot of data that is very awkward to use.

On 6/2/2013 10:48 AM, Peter wrote:
> I SO wish the document pdf name would reflect the content. It is not that
> hard to call it an1101-doc012345.pdf . I can vouch for it, since I am forced
> to save them renamed like that to be able to find them again in my computer(s).
>
> -- Peter

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2013\06\02@140635 by Gál Zsolt

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Hello,

I don't think Microchip pulled out this document:

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/AppNotes/01101a.pdf



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2013\06\02@214838 by Peter Johansson

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On Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 10:48 AM, Peter <.....plpeter2006KILLspamspam@spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

> search for AN1101 at digi key found it. But search at microchip.com did
> not... and it is called 1101a now. Data warehouse indexing fail? It's okay
> it happens to many.

The search engines on most web sites often pale in comparison to google.

The following google search will pull up your desired document as the first hit:

"site:microchip.com filetype:pdf app note 1101"

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2013\06\02@220604 by Bob Blick

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My candidate for worst search engine is the one at radioshack.com

Bob

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'[OT] Re: AN1101, AN1103 pulled? - found via digi-'
2013\06\02@233105 by Neil

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My candidate for worst sort by price is Amazon's.



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2013\06\03@020315 by Peter

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Neil <picdude3 <at> narwani.org> writes:
> My candidate for worst sort by price is Amazon's.

Hehe, 2 available, from $0.03 to $9999.75 new and used. That is not a search
fail, it is a commercial tactic. I thought about it many times, it is
useless to find something listed by price in the usual way, but think about
the search cross section it captures from searchers, from the seller's point
of view.

What really p* me off is many (many) sites which enter some sort of
agreement with search engines and which ALWAYS appear in a search result,
with the search term /not/ being present on the landing page. Very frequent
for electronic parts. Technically, I think it is fraud, unless they pay
google a lot of money to have all those hundreds of search terms as adwords
for themselves, os similar. I imagine it would cost a tidy sum to do that
for say the 1000 most common electronic parts, per month.

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'[OT] AN1101, AN1103 pulled? - found via digi-key'
2013\06\03@040756 by RussellMc

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On 3 June 2013 14:06, Bob Blick <bobblickspamspam_OUTftml.net> wrote:
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> My candidate for worst search engine is the one at radioshack.com

While we're off the subject :-) - has anyone noticed the recentish
change in Digikey's pricing search behaviour.
Either most lamentable  OR I'm doing something different that I haven't noticed.

I could describe the change but it's harder to do (I found after a
line or few) than just ask.
Anyone else wanting the old version back?
Any clues why the change?


              Russell
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2013\06\03@090505 by Neil

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Yes.  They've limited the ability to search by price for a specific  quantity... which was a nice feature.

Cheers,
-Neil.



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'[OT] Re: AN1101, AN1103 pulled? - found via digi-'
2013\06\03@095541 by Allen Mulvey

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This is one of the reasons I switched to Bing. It still
sometimes happens but much less frequently.

Allen

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