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Subject: [DPRG] USB
From: Jeff Koenig jkoenig at airmail.net
Date: Thu Dec 4 10:44:01 CST 2003

Bob Jordan typed:

> What is (Atmel's) AVR jargon for?

Date: Thu Dec  4 10:45:01 2003

BTW, Microchip's "PIC" is similar - it has its roots in General
Intstrument's "Peripheral Interface Controller".  If you ask Microchip, they
will say that "PIC" doesn't stand for anything.

-Jeff





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On Wed, 2003-12-03 at 23:13, Roger Arrick wrote:
> As some of you already know, this last year I wrote Robot Building
> for Dummies.  Jim Brown wrote several of the beginning chapters.

Anybody want to volunteer to write a review of it for robots.net? I bet
we could talk Roger into donating a copy of the book to the DPRG library
in exchange.

-Steve



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