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          please dont rip this site



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          The following quote from an email I sent to a friend when I found out aboutanother's passing, explains my interest in this:

          -----Original Message-----From: James Newton Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2000 09:39To: Nikolai GolovchenkoSubject: FW: Code Generator

          Life is short. Tonyleft some things behind that are of value and that indicate that he was abrilliant addition to the world. It would be a shame not to let people knowabout his contributions and to put them to good use.

          This is the point of massmind. We are all going to die and every day ourbrains die a little. We forget what we knew. The techref was born the dayI realized this. I made it public the daymy mother was diagnosedwith Alzheimer's. She doesn't remember who any of us are now and is not expectedto live more than another year. She was a very smart lady. I say "was" becausewhen our brains stop, we aren't people anymore are we?

          This code generator and projects like it will be all that is left of themind of people like Tony, you and I and hopefully many others. Obsolescenceis not an issue. I can still run the Battlezone arcade game I loved as akid even though it was written for a different processor and hardware.

          Please, let us not loose what we know just because we forget or even die.

          -----Original Message-----From: fisher@cs.york.ac.uk Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2000 08:54To: jamesnewton@geocities.comSubject: 

          It is with great regret that we have to announce the death of Tony Fisher,following a short illness, on 1 March 2000.

          Professor Alan Burns
          Head of Department

          -----Original Message-----From: James Newton Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2000 08:53To: fisher@minster.york.ac.ukCc: Nikolai GolovchenkoSubject: Your filter design code generator

          My colleague and I are interested in extending your digital filter
          and PLL design
          code generator to produce optimized asm code for the PIC microcontrollers
          as a part of our code generatorproject at

          See also:




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