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'the PIC archive'
1999\04\25@043058 by Sam Powell

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The PIC archive has been updated with new projects. Have a look at
http://come.to/thepicarchive early response has been excelent.

I would VERY much appreciate it if you would mail me at the below address
with project additions or other files.

Thankyou very much

           Sam Powell

ICQ: 10061444
Web: come.to/thepicarchive
E-Mail: spam_OUTsampowelTakeThisOuTspamglobalnet.co.uk

1999\04\25@072054 by w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman

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Hi Sam

Nice site!

I would prefer that for JAL you put (instead of or in addition to the copy
of the jal.zip)
a link to my JAL page: there is somewhat more than the jal.zip itself and
it saves you the copying of every new version....

I have a 16x84 programmer design at http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/wisp.

At http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/djo/e_index.html I have a set of
assignments
around the 16x84 and JAL (and wisp, but that is not essential)
meant for 12-18 year old memebers of the local electronics club.

I think that you should make clear what you mean to be put in the links
section, I think only links to large sides should be put there, smaller
sides should be linked directly to the various projects. This is how it
is currently, but is is not pointed out.

Mayby you should add a 'beginners' section. There are not many sides/pages
aimed sqarely ate the beginner (how do I by my first pic, build the
programmer, program the pic to flash a LED).

Oh, when I click on one ofe the items in the site administration
I can make a nice email in Netscape, but I do not use N for email.....
Mayby add the email address in plaintext so it can be copied easily
to a mail program?

regards,
Wouter.

1999\04\26@162045 by Sam Powell

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Thanks.  I agree with pretty much everything you have said, and I will br
doing as you say regarding Jal, expect changes on the next update (Sunday).
I have previously looked at your site and i liked the kinda content there,
I will link to some of the stuff or store it locally since i belive it would
make a good addition



ICQ: 10061444
Web: come.to/thepicarchive
E-Mail: .....sampowelKILLspamspam@spam@globalnet.co.uk

Hi Sam

Nice site!

I would prefer that for JAL you put (instead of or in addition to the copy
of the jal.zip)
a link to my JAL page: there is somewhat more than the jal.zip itself and
it saves you the copying of every new version....

I have a 16x84 programmer design at http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/wisp.

At http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/djo/e_index.html I have a set of
assignments
around the 16x84 and JAL (and wisp, but that is not essential)
meant for 12-18 year old memebers of the local electronics club.

I think that you should make clear what you mean to be put in the links
section, I think only links to large sides should be put there, smaller
sides should be linked directly to the various projects. This is how it
is currently, but is is not pointed out.

Mayby you should add a 'beginners' section. There are not many sides/pages
aimed sqarely ate the beginner (how do I by my first pic, build the
programmer, program the pic to flash a LED).

Oh, when I click on one ofe the items in the site administration
I can make a nice email in Netscape, but I do not use N for email.....
Mayby add the email address in plaintext so it can be copied easily
to a mail program?

regards,
Wouter.


'the PIC archive'
1999\06\01@131224 by Sam Powell
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The PIC archive has no recieved over 6000 hits, as can be observed from the
on page counter, which has now been made visible. With well over 300 hits a
day, the site is turning out to be very popular.

If you havn't visited the PIC archive your obviously missing out. Take a
look at: http://come.to/thepicarchive

Happy surfing.....

                           Sam Powell



P.S. As usual I welcome projects submisisons - you make this site what it is
and without your help it will die. Submissions to the e-mail address below.

ICQ: 10061444
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive
e-mail : sampowelspamKILLspamglobalnet.co.uk

1999\06\11@132459 by Sam Powell

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With now close
to 10,000 visitors (since the openeing on the eve of the 19th of April) the
PIC archive is continuing to grow. Now, based on a faster server all your
downloads should be 4K\sec + (in the UK, with a half reasonable modem and
connection).

With over 150 items based at the PIC archive, along with the FULL mirror of
David Tait's PIC Archive if you havn't visited then do so quick. The address
is, as always:

http://come.to/thepicarchive/

And Remeber: The PIC archive is what it is because of YOU! If I dont recieve
any project submission s then the site dont grow. Whatever you have
produced, e-mail it to me for me to check out and I will most likely upload
it that day...

Many Thanks,
               Sam Powell

ICQ: 10061444
e-mail : .....sam.powellKILLspamspam.....cwcom.net
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive

1999\06\25@140836 by Sam Powell

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The PIC archive is a growing collection of PIC applications, documents,
tools and other useful information. With over 12,500 hits since its opening
on the 19th April this year it obvious that this site is the ultimate PIC
resource.

And since the closure of David Tait's legendarey PIC archive, the PIC
archive has become an official mirror, hosting the entire archive in it s
original glory.

So many hits show that you just cant afford to not visit the PIC archive.

Enter now at http://come.to/thepicarchive

Many Thanks,
                   Sam Powell


P.S. - Please continue to submit your projects, links, and other files. Any
contribution is GREATLY welcomed.

ICQ: 10061444
e-mail : EraseMEsam.powellspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTcwcom.net
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive

1999\06\26@142107 by Sam Powell

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The PIC archive has been updated with new links and information. Visit at:
come.to/thepicarchive
ICQ: 10061444
e-mail : sam.powellspamspam_OUTcwcom.net
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive

1999\06\26@142112 by Sam Powell

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1999\06\26@142124 by Sam Powell

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The PIC archive has been updated with new links and information. Visit at:
come.to/thepicarchive


ICQ: 10061444
e-mail : @spam@sam.powellKILLspamspamcwcom.net
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive


'the PIC archive'
1999\09\05@110118 by Sam Powell
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Need information on the latest PIC applications, need technical documents
relating
to this superb line of microcontrollers by Microchip? Need the latest
downloads?

You need the PIC archive. The site that has it all...

http://come.to/thepicarchive

ICQ: 10061444
e-mail: KILLspamsam.powellKILLspamspamcwcom.net
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive

1999\09\05@160916 by les

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Don't even bother with this site, it is Wayyyyyyy out of date.!!

Les


>Need information on the latest PIC applications, need technical documents
>relating
>to this superb line of microcontrollers by Microchip? Need the latest
>downloads?
>
>You need the PIC archive. The site that has it all...
>
>http://come.to/thepicarchive

1999\09\06@075017 by yansong gu

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You must have seen a better one, could you share it with us?  I just started
poking around pic and found it very difficult to understand Myke Predko's
book .  But, Covington's article left me with no imagination.  The data book
is too dry!  The only thing I can think of is "easy pic"  Any suggestion is
greatly appreciated!




{Original Message removed}

1999\09\06@185405 by Tony Nixon

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yansong gu wrote:
>
> You must have seen a better one, could you share it with us?  I just started
> poking around pic and found it very difficult to understand Myke Predko's
> book .  But, Covington's article left me with no imagination.  The data book
> is too dry!  The only thing I can think of is "easy pic"  Any suggestion is
> greatly appreciated!
>

Want some fun while learning - try the link below :-)

--
Best regards

Tony

http://www.picnpoke.com
Email RemoveMEsalesTakeThisOuTspampicnpoke.com

1999\09\07@150123 by les

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Tony will you please refrain from using this list for personal advertising,
that is not what it was designed for!.
I am sick of hearing about PicnPoke




Want some fun while learning - try the link below :-)

--
Best regards

Tony

http://www.picnpoke.com
Email spamBeGonesalesspamBeGonespampicnpoke.com

1999\09\07@150950 by Sean H. Breheny

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I think that Tony has done many things to help the PIC community,including
making some of his software available free. In return, I don't see why it
is a terrible difficulty to allow him to suggest his products as aids for
newcomers once in a while.

He is certainly not the only one that does it,and I for one find such
periodic product pointers a great help.

Sean

At 08:00 PM 9/7/99 +0100, you wrote:
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1999\09\07@163043 by l.allen

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> Tony will you please refrain from using this list for personal advertising,
> that is not what it was designed for!.
> I am sick of hearing about PicnPoke
>
>
>
>
> Want some fun while learning - try the link below :-)
>
> --
> Best regards
>
> Tony
>

I personally don't mind Tony advertising as;
1. It is PIC products
2. The more PIC resources the better
3. Tony contributes  a lot to the list.

I know this might be selective morality and some give an inch and
take a mile but wayyyyy OT's are a bigger hassle.

Oh by the way..  the other lists with strict rules.... SUCK!
Thery're  boring and plastic and are like sitting through obscure
maths/physics lectures.
_____________________________

Lance Allen
Technical Officer
Uni of Auckland
Psych Dept
New Zealand
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1999\09\07@165311 by Thomas McGahee

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Les,
I *hope* you were joking!

Tony is one of the good guys on the list who is always
willing to share.

Fr. Tom

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1999\09\07@165316 by Nick Taylor

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Hello Les,

In the few months that I have been a subscriber to this list I have
seen many posts by Tony Nixon of Pic-n-Poke ... and I cannot remember
one that wasn't informative and helpful.  His posts and his site at
http://www.picnpoke.com are valuable assets of the PIC community, and
I for one, value his presence on this list!


When you receive posts that you're sick of hearing, I suggest that
you UTFDK!  (that is a reference to the Delete Key)

- Nick -

les wrote:
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1999\09\07@165622 by paulb

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Sean H. Breheny wrote:

> He is certainly not the only one that does it,

 No, but Phillipe's rather quiet lately....
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 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\09\07@170031 by Reginald Neale

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>Tony will you please refrain from using this list for personal advertising,
>that is not what it was designed for!.
>I am sick of hearing about PicnPoke
>

 Check back thru the archives. Tony's mentions of his software
 are always in answer to someone's question about how to solve
 a problem. His package is a bargain. There's no way he could
 make enough to pay for the time he has sunk into this. He's
 only trying to be helpful, and I for one appreciate it.

 Reg Neale

1999\09\07@191008 by Tony Nixon

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les wrote:
>
> Tony will you please refrain from using this list for personal advertising,
> that is not what it was designed for!.
> I am sick of hearing about PicnPoke
>

My appologies, I try not to post these messages to the list and most of
the time I reply to the author personally. The 'send' button is way too
easy to press sometimes.

Thanks also for the support.

--
Best regards

Tony

http://www.picnpoke.com
Email RemoveMEsalesTakeThisOuTspamspampicnpoke.com

1999\09\07@194339 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 09:08 8/09/99 +1000, you wrote:
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Les,
Perhaps you should also pick on Don for his Dontronics, Migual for his
development boards Andy for his Hydro stuff  Clyde for his Hi-Tech stuff
the list goes on and on. We should be looking at the quality of the
response not just the contents at the end.
Put up with advertising from a select small group of excellent responderes,
else the end result is to gag these people from providing information in a
two way format, and alas you will remove the minds of the greater and
expose youself to the simplistic world of the ant.

Dennis
DonsPicnpokeHydroHitech download dungen


Andy, Tjarrt and Don beware of Les, he seems to get sick of the same things
over and over again!

1999\09\07@204545 by Eric Oliver

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Hey now,

Tony is a long time contributor to this list.  I think he's paid his dues.
It's called a plug and any entrepreneur worth his salt will seize
opportunities as they arise. I don't think Tony's getting rich anyway. In
another thread, he's giving away a very useful piece of SW.


Keep on PIC'n, Tony.

On Tuesday, September 07, 1999 2:00 PM, les
[SMTP:RemoveMElesKILLspamspamTOP204.FREESERVE.CO.UK] wrote:
> Tony will you please refrain from using this list for personal
advertising,
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1999\09\07@211727 by Bob Drzyzgula

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I'll add to the chorus. Tony didn't deserve that.
If Les were correct about what the PICLIST was
"designed for", then I suppose we all should
refrain from talking about what we do for a living.
That should leave lots of bandwidth to talk about...
uhh... hmmmm... well... anybody got any ideas?

--Bob

On Wed, Sep 08, 1999 at 09:08:18AM +1000, Tony Nixon wrote:
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1999\09\08@002303 by paulb

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Lance Allen wrote:

> The other lists with strict rules.... SUCK!

 Too true!

> Thery're  boring and plastic and are like sitting through obscure
> maths/physics lectures.

 You mean you don't *like* Maths & Physics lectures? ;-)
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 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\09\08@002331 by Ravi Pailoor

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For people who are sick of the piclist, there is something known as
UNSUBSCRIBE.

Pailoor.

Sean H. Breheny wrote:

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1999\09\08@033701 by Frank Adlam

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It is good practice to refrain from personal comments and keep all communication
professional.

>>> Reginald Neale <spamBeGonenealespamKILLspamSERVTECH.COM> 09/07 10:58 PM >>>
>Tony will you please refrain from using this list for personal advertising,
>that is not what it was designed for!.
>I am sick of hearing about PicnPoke
>

 Check back thru the archives. Tony's mentions of his software
 are always in answer to someone's question about how to solve
 a problem. His package is a bargain. There's no way he could
 make enough to pay for the time he has sunk into this. He's
 only trying to be helpful, and I for one appreciate it.

 Reg Neale

1999\09\08@130017 by les

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Please accept my apologies Tony. I sent the message without my brain in
gear, and have insulted a brother Pic'er . Your contributions to the list
are most helpful, Keep up the Good Work.



                                       Sorry
                                               Les

.....lesspam_OUTspamtop204.freeserve.co.uk

1999\09\08@175131 by Mark Walsh

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> Please accept my apologies Tony. I sent the message without my brain in
> gear, and have insulted a brother Pic'er . Your contributions to the list
> are most helpful, Keep up the Good Work.
>
>
>
>                                         Sorry
>                                                 Les

Typically when someone posts something inappropriate to the list, they just
lay low until everyone forgets about it.  I can't speak for Tony or anyone
else on the list, but I think your apology shows a lot of class.

Mark Walsh

1999\09\08@175856 by Sean H. Breheny

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I second that.

Sean

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1999\09\18@141206 by Sam Powell

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the PIC archive is going strong, and now with over 36,000 hits, since its
opening Marchish this year.
With all the latest porjects technical documents and other PICmicro related
material the PIC archive
has been a great success, however, the PIC archive cannot continue to grow
without submissions.

Ergo, I request that if you know of any PIC related projects of your own or
from any other source will
you please drop me a quick mail to TakeThisOuTsam.powellKILLspamspamspamcwcom.net. If you dont have
much time just pop
'tPa - <URL of resource' in the subject line. All work and help with the
site will be acknowledged since
this site would simply not exist without your contributions.

If you havnt yet visited the PIC archive, then do so at
http://come.to/thepicarchive right now and
experience the wealth of information available at your fingertips.

Thankyou,
               Sam Powell

ICQ: 10061444
e-mail: .....sam.powellspamRemoveMEcwcom.net
web: http://come.to/thepicarchive


'The PIC archive'
2000\05\12@102147 by D Lloyd
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Hi,

My surfing connection is not available at the moment but email
is.............so;
Is the Pic archive (as in source code for math, general routines etc etc)
available in a compressed format for download?



Kind Regards,
Dan Lloyd

Firmware Engineer. ABB Metering Systems, Stone, Staffordshire. England. ST15 ORS

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