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Hey, Frits. I'm Dan..

Lol, when seaching the web for something else, I just stumbled across an old posting of mine. Below it, I found a historical start in a comment:

"Hey, Frits. I'm Dan.."

"Historical".. why, you may ask  :)

Well, I made up the original LMR, and today Dan is hosting it & programming extensions etc, and this very post was where we met, aparently :D I completely forgot, but now know why he later was going on about me and Arduino ;P

The Internet is a wonderful place! http://letsmakerobots.com/node/80#comment-351

(Sorry if this was not very interesting for any one else.. but hey! Let's hear it for other first-time-contacts? :)

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Oh well, we missed last year's bump. Who cares! Node numbers now in the 26000s!

Amazing what can happen in a year. I can't wait to see where this site goes a year from now. :D

Me neither.. but Z; We will have to wait at least a year!

:D

Are you guys saying that the LMR site is being hosted off of a BS2 instead of real servers?!?!?!

slacker...

Welcome to the least serious side of LMR dent.

Haha wow. And almost exactly a year ago. Amazing that we were only at node 80 at that point, and now we're at 6000. And I never did buy that Picaxe :)
You mean LMR is still running on that BS2?!?

If you look into the history of the PICAXE, you will find it was orignally a cheap knock off of the BS1 for the Britich school system and used a "slight" variation of PIC BASIC.

Based on cost requirement, certain engineeering choices wee made. 

Since then, both companies have taken very different tracks for improvements.

Myc 

Ah, really? That makes sense. As I compared the BS2 with PICAXE, I noticed how similar they were in capabilities and specifications.

Dan

I figured LMR would be running on a Commodore 64 at least!