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Offline Chet T16

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#200 - Retrospective
« on: September 11, 2011, 10:56:45 am »
Dave,

Any chance you could add the episode numbers to the clips on the end? Seems like i've missed so many!
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Re: #200 - Retrospective
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2011, 08:58:51 pm »
Dave - just out of idle curiosity, and I totally understand if you don't want to answer or can't for contractual reasons, but what sort of money does the blog bring in, and how does this divide up between the various sources - youtube, forum sponsorship etc. ?
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Re: #200 - Retrospective
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2011, 01:21:21 am »
Youtube link ...




Dave

I am happy for you, the progress of EEV it is the result of your own work and mostly character.

I never was fun of the Youtube service, but I do participate in forums as contributor for the past 15 years.
By finding the EEV forum, I discovered an interesting new area of subjects for conversations, and I almost stopped to participate in the other forums.
The time that I can afford to spend in forums is not endless.  :)

For me that I am an professional technician, the EEV forum mostly and your videos,
become a new opportunity for me, like getting back to school ( even at my 42) so to find out, about all the latest and greatest about the DMM and metrology.

The videos was the school class and the smiling professor managed to make the lesson more pleasant and in a way easy to be understood even by people who are for different countries = different languages = different cultures.

The help that I got from you, when I was in need, it was another pleasant surprise that made to want to help you back.
I did invite many Greeks to join in the EEV, and I am still doing it, I think that I am helping your dream, by my own way.

Personally I am participating on this forum for 17 months up to date.
Even by participating as a simple member, I had the chance to live lots of adventures speaking about the Fluke products, not to say that I was never see it coming ,
and I am speaking about the Agilent product review invitation, that I got.
This Agilent event, reminded me that if you are a hard working man with principals and a large smile, you do earn the appreciation from the others.
 
After this summer I have the feeling that personally I do not need any more lessons from the EEV School, even so I will be around to help any one,
who really wishes to be helped, in the forum.

Give a big kiss to the project Sagan.



 


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