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Jay Glenn Miner (May 31, 1932 – June 20, 1994) was a famous microprocessor designer, known primarily for his work in multimedia chips.
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- Dale Luck looked like your average off the street homeless hippy with long hair and was pretty laid back.
- That's no problem for me I didn't mind if people wore pink bunny slippers as long as the job got done.
- I spent this time polishing up the software/hardware documentation, renaming registers to be more meaningful. This was actually time well spent in my life.
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