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Early device testing

Early device testing

I've been doing a lot of { digital | analog } clearing out, sorting, filling and archiving these last weekends, and needless to say, you rediscover things that take you down memory lane.

Here's a picture of my early device testing days: previewing a design template of Protein Spotlight on my Palm Tungsten T3 :) Shame I can't add this device to my open device lab!

The article displayed is still online: The Bubble's Bend - Jan 2004.

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