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Topic: New Improved +$6.90 bean cooler - an expanded discussion (20 msgs / 314 lines)
1) From: Linux-by-choice
Would about here be the place that we reopen the endothermic vs. 
exothermic dialog :O))
Tom Ulmer wrote:
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2) From: Tom Ulmer
Air can be utilized as an insulator and a conductor - and not very efficient
as either. It would also be proper to mention that in the real world heat
can be dissipated by radiation, conduction, or diffusion to cooler areas

3) From: Linux-by-choice
Archive!  Wonderful asset of this list.  One can read for hours and 
hours on any given subject or poster.   And certainly there are numerous 
Open Source people on this exceptional list!    Wanna buy a Labjack?
Ben Treichel wrote:
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4) From: Ben Treichel
Linux-by-choice wrote:
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You're new to the list, how do you know about that religious 
controversy? Who are you anyway? Do you Know John Abbott? He's a Lug.nut 
also.
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Ben Treichel
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248-935-6845 (m)

5) From: miKe mcKoffee

6) From: Linux-by-choice
I'm not sure - but there have been 32 hits on whois :O)
miKe mcKoffee wrote:
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7) From: Ben Treichel
Linux-by-choice wrote:
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Did you get it working under linux? I showed you where the dev kit is.
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Ben Treichel
Program Manager
S.E Michigan
SwRI
248-232-7365 (o)
248-935-6845 (m)

8) From: Linux-by-choice
Yes Sir!   You work for me you have NO choice  
except to use Open Source.
Actually the expression comes from my favorite T-Shirt with the front 
reading "Geek by Nature" and the reverse reading "Linux by Choice" 
Its like us - you live in Texas because you work in Texas.  I live in 
Texas because I love it!  You should see my new tattoo!
Gene Smith wrote:
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9) From: Gene Smith
Linux-by-choice...I have to ask...does this mean that Linux can be forced?
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

10) From: Brett Mason
Can WIndows be forced?
On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 17:21:47 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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Regards,
Brett Mason
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   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

11) From: Gene Smith
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Only every day of my life.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

12) From: Linux-by-choice
Brett - take a look at the map.  The midway point between you and the 
Tip of Texas is Laredo Texas.  So yeah you can be West West Texas I guess.
Brett Mason wrote:
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13) From: Linux-by-choice
El Norde!
Gene Smith wrote:
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14) From: Andy Thomas
--- miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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LOL I thought it might be WJ the first time he posted.
If so, welcome back John. Otherwise ... just welcome. 
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15) From: Gene Smith
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Were you born Texan...or did you just get here as soon as you could?  I'm 
afraid to ask about the tatoo...
Gene Smith
who was not only born in Texas, but, more importantly, born on Galveston 
Island (BOI)

16) From: Brett Mason
Here in SoCal, we just think of ourselves as Very West Texas...
Brett
On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 18:13:32 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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Regards,
Brett Mason
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   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

17) From: Gene Smith
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Funny...I tend to think of you guys as insufficiently Polynesian.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

18) From: Barry Luterman
I think of it as Samoan petite. But I'm in Hawaii

19) From: Brett Mason
Cartographers....  Can't live with em, can't......
Brett
On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 19:02:48 -0500, Linux-by-choice
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Brett Mason
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   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

20) From: Tom Ulmer
Indeed


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