Hello, TN, Steve or Mike told me TN were going to rise a stone to honour
me. In fact I am still alive even if I can only pulln'push 60 kilograms
today and become drunk after only 10 centiliters of Jura. How's TN these
days? Guess the total has lowered a bit and most fossils have left TN. Not
many today who knew Moon Man, hey.? Am impressed to hear Brian Ellis is
still active. Actually, we know fhat curmudgeons last much longer. Is
Steven Creswick still acttive? Would like to have his email or URL.I have
let go all techy stuff, doesn't interest me much any more, am with other
words healed from brain artrocity caused by exaggerated sucking technical
literature. I can dump a failing part without trying to repair it. And my
many old soldering irons and stations have gone into the bin. So I am
cured. I try to avoid images and photos from corroded boards or discussions
about IMC. I forbid myself to pant over a screen showing porno, i.e. SEM
images from BGAs and like. A photo on a high current density interface with
areas of Gold migration could bring me back to former insane analysis
addiction.. Ho-ho..nice to hear from ya'll. Semper fi/Inge
On 23 June 2016 at 18:04, Graham Naisbitt <[log in to unmask]>
> Hello fellow Techies,
> I thought you would all be pleased to know that my Global Operations
> Manager, Nick Plumb and his wife, paid a visit to Brian and his wife
> earlier this week whilst on vacation in Cyprus.
> They are both in fine fettle and Nick sent me a photo I will pass to Steve
> to put on his web site - Steve?
> Brian was particularly happy to learn of the transition from ROSE to PICT
> testing and of our recent success in achieving 6 Sigma Verification with
> our equipment that he originally developed.
> Have a great weekend everyone,
> ATB - Graham Naisbitt
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