It's official: the control board of our audacious Low Orbit Helium Assisted Navigator (LOHAN) spaceplane mission will forthwith be known as the "Special Project Electronic Altitude Release System", or SPEARS to its mates. Click here for a bigger version of the LOHAN graphic A Reg reader vote came down firmly in favour of …
Lohan needs Dick
According to the Telegraph
"Lohan's advisers may want to keep her eyes away from the reviews now coming in for Liz & Dick, a made-for-television drama about Taylor's tempestuous relationship with Richard Burton that will screen on Showtime on Sunday night."
"Lohan is woeful as Taylor from start to finish. But, whatever you do, don't miss Liz & Dick. It's an instant classic of unintentional hilarity," notes the review under a headline calling the film "half train wreck, half skit".
I think there are a number of rich humour veins to mine there.
Possibly involving ballistic mobile phones? Do tell!
Vias in Pads
I was always taught to avoid vias in pads like the plague, yet I can scarcely see a pad without a via in the board photo'.
Extra-careful scrutiny of the soldering of every pin would seem advisable.
Re: Vias in Pads
You're entirely correct however I think the scanner just picked up the marks where the solder had been deposited, making it look like vias in all the pads. Just to confirm there are no vias in pads on the board at all.
Vias On Pads
A more general view, in case you think I cherry-picked a critical article - https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=vias+on+pads
still disappointed that.
was turned down
Re: still disappointed that.
Disappointed you may be, but hardly surprised, eh?
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