22 Apr '16, 8pm

Max Faces Cease-and-Desist Order @embedded_com @EETimes @Atmel @Adafruit @MicrochipTech

In all fairness to Susan (said Max through gritted teeth), the use of exclamation marks (Commonwealth English) or exclamation points (American English) -- which are commonly referred to as "bangs," "pings," or "shrieks" by programmers and logic designers -- is a controversial topic when it comes to business and formal writings. Most grammar rulebooks -- along with those most loathsome of creatures, grammarians -- say to use them sparingly or not at all. This may explain why, although the exclamation mark was first introduced into the English language in the 15th century to show emphasis (it was called the "sign of admiration or exclamation" ), it didn't actually exist as a separate key on standard typewriters until the 1970s.

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=216&doc_id=1...

Tweets

To the Max

finishline.com 23 Apr '16, 5pm

The full-length Max Air unit in the Nike Air Max 2016 delivers maximum cushioning and flexibility that you can see with a ...

The Faces of Boston: Amazing Images from the 20...

running.competitor.com 21 Apr '16, 5am

Video: Irish Runner Leads Relay Team To Victory With Crazy Finishing Kick! The Faces of Boston: Amazing Images from the 20...

Chalk Blue Detailing Makes This An Ideal Colorway of The Nike Air Max 95 For The Spring

Chalk Blue Detailing Makes This An Ideal Colorw...

kicksonfire.com 20 Apr '16, 12am

One of the most beloved Air Max silhouettes in existence is the Nike Air Max 95 . There has been a few colorways that we’l...