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2011\02\27@133531 by babi busuk2

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I've shared a document with you:

intended flow chart.docx
https://docs.google.com/a/mit.edu/document/d/1g7cWJTn9oeqllh0RhO-errFjTjBKCk6mPPdGT8sYNuA/edit?hl=en&invite=CMiJq8QL

It's not an attachment -- it's stored online at Google Docs. To open this  document, just click the link above.

2011\02\27@135122 by jim

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When I click on the link, I get taken to the MIT logon screen.

Jim

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I've shared a document with you:

intended flow chart.docx
docs.google.com/a/mit.edu/document/d/1g7cWJTn9oeqllh0RhO-errFjTjBKCk
6mPPdGT8sYNuA/edit?hl=en&invite=CMiJq8QL

It's not an attachment -- it's stored online at Google Docs. To open this  document, just click the link above.

2011\02\27@140402 by Neil

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As a general rule, I don't click on anything in an email unless I have a very specific reason to do so, and to trust it.

Cheers,
-VinNeil

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2011\02\27@140836 by John Ferrell

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Me too!

John Ferrell W8CCW

'People will forget what you said.

People will forget what you did.'

'But people will never forget how you made them feel.'


On 2/27/2011 1:51 PM, jim wrote:
> When I click on the link, I get taken to the MIT logon screen.
>
> Jim
>
> {Original Message removed}

2011\02\27@141002 by Neil Cherry

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On 02/27/2011 01:51 PM, jim wrote:
> When I click on the link, I get taken to the MIT logon screen.

Well we know it's homework ... the OP has a long way to go. Hopefully
they will learn a lot (the whole point of this exercise).

To the original poster, you'll need to share it outside the domain
of MIT. I don't think you can do that with the MIT supplied Google
Services.

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2011\02\27@141119 by YES NOPE9

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When I click on link   I am asked to ask for permission.
gus in denver  99gus


On Feb 27, 2011, at 11:35 AM, @spam@babi_busuk2KILLspamspamyahoo.com wrote:

I've shared a document with you:

intended flow chart.docx
https://docs.google.com/a/mit.edu/document/d/1g7cWJTn9oeqllh0RhO-errFjTjBKCk6mPPdGT8sYNuA/edit?hl=en&invite=CMiJq8QL

It's not an attachment -- it's stored online at Google Docs. To open this  document, just click the link above.

2011\02\27@142613 by DIN ROFIE

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lol
im juz starting play along with pic as a hobby
im only familiar with 16f84
hope you guys can help me
ty for help






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From: Neil Cherry <KILLspamncherryKILLspamspamlinuxha.com>
To: Microcontroller discussion list - Public. <RemoveMEpiclistTakeThisOuTspammit.edu>
Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 3:01:40 AM
Subject: Re: intended flow chart.docx (spamBeGonepiclistspamBeGonespammit.edu)

On 02/27/2011 01:51 PM, jim wrote:
> When I click on the link, I get taken to the MIT logon screen.

Well we know it's homework ... the OP has a long way to go. Hopefully
they will learn a lot (the whole point of this exercise).

To the original poster, you'll need to share it outside the domain
of MIT. I don't think you can do that with the MIT supplied Google
Services.

-- Linux Home Automation         Neil Cherry      TakeThisOuTncherryEraseMEspamspam_OUTlinuxha.com
http://www.linuxha.com/                         Main site
http://linuxha.blogspot.com/                    My HA Blog
Author of:        Linux Smart Homes For Dummie

2011\02\27@170535 by DIN ROFIE

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sorry all
ive done a mistake today
this is the 1st time i share someting using email
i wont do it again
thousand apologize





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From: John Ferrell <RemoveMEjferrell13spamTakeThisOuTtriad.rr.com>
To: piclistEraseMEspam.....mit.edu
Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 2:49:56 AM
Subject: Re: intended flow chart.docx (EraseMEpiclistspammit.edu)

Me too!

John Ferrell W8CCW

'People will forget what you said.

People will forget what you did.'

'But people will never forget how you made them feel.'


On 2/27/2011 1:51 PM, jim wrote:
> When I click on the link, I get taken to the MIT logon screen.
>
> Jim
>
> {Original Message removed}

2011\02\27@173149 by jim

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To the original poster,

Don't let the people here scare you off.  Everyone makes mistakes, and there
is a learning curve to every new endeavor.
Some people learn faster than others, but that doesn't make you dumb or
useless.  It just means you aren't as far up the
Learning curve as some others.  So, take your time, ask questions, and try
to absorb the information.  In other words, learn.
I do agree with Olin on at least one point.  That is if someone asks you a
question(s), reply with the answer so they can better
Understand what it is you're looking for or trying to accomplish.
People on this list are very helpful.  But you should follow instructions to
get the most out of their experience and willingness
To help.   Also, if you are a student, and you're trying to get someone on
this list to do your homework or lab assignment for you,
I'm afraid you'll be disappointed.  People here won't do homework or lab
assignments for you for several reasons.  But the two main Reasons are (1) - You won't learn anything that way, and (2) - people here
don't approve of cheating, again because you won't learn Anything that way.  So, if this is a homework or lab assignment, put forth
an effort to at least try to write the program yourself.
If you need help along the way, ask for direction or maybe how to accomplish
a certain task, but if you ask someone to write the program for you, you'll get very little help.

This is my opinion of the general concensus of this list toward doing
peoples work for them.  If I am wrong, then correct me.
But I believe that I'm not that far off.

Bottom line, attempt the task yourself, write what you can, then ask for
assistance for a specific problem.  Just don't ask for Someone (anyone) to do the whole job for you.

Regards,

Jim



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2011\02\27@175607 by DIN ROFIE

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jim,
ty for advise jim
but i am not in any microc class to do any homework





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Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 6:31:45 AM
Subject: RE: intended flow chart.docx (RemoveMEpiclistTakeThisOuTspamspammit.edu)

To the original poster,

Don't let the people here scare you off.  Everyone makes mistakes, and there
is a learning curve to every new endeavor.
Some people learn faster than others, but that doesn't make you dumb or
useless.  It just means you aren't as far up the
Learning curve as some others.  So, take your time, ask questions, and try
to absorb the information.  In other words, learn.
I do agree with Olin on at least one point.  That is if someone asks you a
question(s), reply with the answer so they can better
Understand what it is you're looking for or trying to accomplish.
People on this list are very helpful.  But you should follow instructions to
get the most out of their experience and willingness
To help.   Also, if you are a student, and you're trying to get someone on
this list to do your homework or lab assignment for you,
I'm afraid you'll be disappointed.  People here won't do homework or lab
assignments for you for several reasons.  But the two main Reasons are (1) - You won't learn anything that way, and (2) - people here
don't approve of cheating, again because you won't learn Anything that way.  So, if this is a homework or lab assignment, put forth
an effort to at least try to write the program yourself.
If you need help along the way, ask for direction or maybe how to accomplish
a certain task, but if you ask someone to write the program for you, you'll get very little help.

This is my opinion of the general concensus of this list toward doing
peoples work for them.  If I am wrong, then correct me.
But I believe that I'm not that far off.

Bottom line, attempt the task yourself, write what you can, then ask for
assistance for a specific problem.  Just don't ask for Someone (anyone) to do the whole job for you.

Regards,

Jim



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