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DJ Myford

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  1. I'm tempted to post a link to the 234 page datasheet for the PIC16F87xA microcontroller chip, but that would be evil. 😈 Betty: I hope he used a suitable connector or splice, otherwise you could be in for more problems when the ground becomes wet. If you get a breaker tripping when it rains, you will know where the problem is.
  2. This is a long shot, and usually applies to older equipment, but some capacitors get lazy if they are not powered for extended periods of time. If you can keep the drive powered up for several hours it would potentially reform any lazy caps and the drive may start working, but the chances that this is the problem are not high.
  3. Make sure you deselect the image(s) you were working on before starting to tag another group, or the info you added to the previous image(s) will be overwritten or added to. This has caught a lot of people out.
  4. Not me, but: Photographer mugged for his DSLR. Hopefully not an Alamy contributor. I've walked down that road many times with my camera gear, but usually keep it in my backpack until needed. Still, it could easily have been me, so I'll be especially glad if the perpetrators get caught in this case.
  5. Same here. It's the first time I've seen it, and I assume it relates to a "Worldwide Ad and Marketing Package" licence from last year.
  6. I would hazard a guess at Trametes versicolor. There are several similar species, with T. zonata closest but much less common. Someone else may be able to be more definite.
  7. 500mm f/4 lens with an anti-grav case that renders it weightless for transport. 🙃
  8. I passed on my first attempt (17th Jan 2001), so it couldn't have been that hard. If I could get in, surely anyone could: perhaps some tactics to limit the competition?
  9. One contributor did have a batch that got stuck and apparently overlooked in QC. That was only resolved after he sent an email to "the top". Using the online user list, I've seen that Alamy have viewed your post. However, it is their policy not to reply to any questions posted on this forum. You may find that the issue has been raised behind the scenes and gets resolved, but Alamy won't let you know that here. You may have to email Contributor Relations, but at the moment their response time is obviously greatly extended.
  10. Cystolepiota bucknallii is the best I can come up with as well. If it was in a beech wood that would add weight to the hypothesis.
  11. Greyer plumage, round spots, and an upright stance would indeed tend to indicate Mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus).
  12. I've been playing online Solitaire and Mahjong, but it's been decades since I played a 'real' computer game. There is one I would like to have a go at, but (a) I don't own the console required to play it, and (b) I think it is now out of print. So I've been playing vicariously by watching run-through vids on YouTube.
  13. On the subject of drink (which was the current subject elsewhere), I picked up a bottle of wine for my birthday and made it last three days. That's probably the end of my alcohol consumption for this month. I've been stretching the supplies out to minimise trips to the shops, and have lost about 4kg so far. Another four and I'll be at my target weight, but it might be better to get there a bit slower.
  14. That song is actually on my playlist, sandwiched between a Blondie track and the theme from a cartoon show. Yes, I'm weird.
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