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(S.E.R) FAQ - V2.9993 (4/10/99) Main Table of Contents (ToC)
PHOAKS listing of references to internet
resouces from newsgroups by frequency.
PICLIST, piclist.org and .net not registered,
piclist.com registered to Bell, Jory of org.org which is a tech counter culture
work in progress.
The Atmel list is very quiet (perhaps an advantage), but useful. Signup data
at http://www.ip.co.za/people/kalle/atmel.htm#list. Not tolerant of OT's
, attachements, HTML, and newbies. AVR-specific list at
http://www.egroups.com/group/avr/. One can read and/or post on the website,
or do it through one's own email. The mail volume seems very low, but quick
The Motorola HC11 list, which fields most of the practical HC12 and HC16
stuff as well, and is tenuously related to HC05 stuff, can be subscribed
by sending to mailto:spamMajordomospam at SPAMfreeware.mcu.motsps.com with the command in
the message body subscribe mot-68hc11-apps It is fairly
busy- perhaps half the traffic of the PICLIST
For the Philips 8051 derivative list (comes in digest form: some advantages,
some disadvantages), you send a SUBJECT line command "subscribe" to
mailto:spamforum-requestspam at SPAMphilipsmcu.com. May now be
ChipDir-L - a "How
can I find this part" and problem-solving list
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