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What is the coolest thing you coulda shoulda woulda done?

 For me it would have to be that while at Cal I had a chance to go see a lecture by Heisenberg.  I had something more important and for the life of me I cannot remember what is was.  The number of people who can say they ever saw Heisenberg speak is small, getting smaller and I can never be part if this group.  A really stupid move.

Well on December 12th Cypress will be having the first ever, virtual design conference.  IT would be worth your time.  You may have something more urgent to do but I bet that in a couple of years, you won t remember why.

Of the 400,000 people that went to Woodstock, I have personally met 2 million of them.  I guess they wanted to go to Woodstock but more urgent just came up.  Regret is a pretty powerful thing thay woul cause so many proplr to lie.

Well think of PSoC World as your cultural defining event and don t regret not going.  Maybe we should call it PSToCK, a worldwide day of peace, love, and configurability.

Peace Dude!  Peace SoC.

 

http://www.psocworld.com/

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strauch1's picture

"What is the coolest thing you coulda shoulda woulda done?"

Well, I had a pair of tickets to The Who concert in Pontiac, MI in 1975. Disappointed that I could not get a date, I left the pair of tickets as a tip to a waitress that day. Stupid move....

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