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Jez Smith
12/18/11 11:40
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#185146 - So.. whats been you most interesting project this year?
As we come to the end of the year what have you all been working on?
In three months of working for a design consultancy

I have worked on a data logger to record flight patterns of Condors in Argentina.
A portable blood analyser.
A video standards converter for use in ....erm some military establishment.
A vibrating horse whip(its best not to ask)
and a charge point for electric vehicles for use at the olympics next year.
and we won an award for design team of the year

List of 18 messages in thread
So.. whats been you most interesting project this year?      Jez Smith      12/18/11 11:40      
   what have you been working on?      Andy Neil      12/18/11 12:06      
   well, nothing of interest to anyone else ...      Richard Erlacher      12/18/11 16:38      
   no slaves      JecksonS Ben      12/19/11 01:05      
      fiddles and ....      Erik Malund      12/19/11 07:04      
   Just more LED's      Rob Klein      12/19/11 08:00      
   Most interesting and challenging of the bunch was . . . .      Bert Van Den Berg      12/19/11 10:26      
      It pays the bills...      Oliver Sedlacek      12/19/11 11:35      
         Most interesting ?      Steve M. Taylor      12/21/11 08:29      
   Well, I tested sort of alien hamster detector...        Kai Klaas      12/21/11 08:55      
      yeah. they got away      Jez Smith      12/26/11 01:46      
   been a busy year for me      Mahmood Elnasser      12/25/11 02:42      
      Its interesting....      Jez Smith      12/26/11 01:31      
         anyway poor me...      Jez Smith      12/26/11 01:36      
            modern warfare      Mahmood Elnasser      12/26/11 04:07      
            a recollection      Erik Malund      12/26/11 06:28      
               Sargent?      Per Westermark      12/26/11 07:31      
            Form an orderly queue      Oliver Sedlacek      01/04/12 10:30      

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