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The HP Garage: An Armchair Travelers Guide to Where the Innovation Began

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iarbaverde
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Re: "Oscilloscope" should read "oscillator" in Figure 7
iarbaverde   9/15/2017 4:02:44 AM
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innovation in China maybe, your article is good tho

andilala
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Re: "Oscilloscope" should read "oscillator" in Figure 7
andilala   9/12/2017 11:48:29 PM
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Re: "Oscilloscope"...
David Ashton   9/10/2017 9:11:59 PM
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@Finder...don't get me wrong, it's a great article and a good read, and a bigger fan of Bill & Dave you couldn't find.  But a journalist should know what to do (or not do) with an apostrophe, and a technical journalist should know the subject well enough not to confuse terms like that.

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Re: "Oscilloscope" should printable calendar read "oscillator" in Figure 7
Eduardo.Master   9/7/2017 11:42:50 AM
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Click on the image below to take a virtual tour of the house, toolshed and garage where HP and its legacy began.

Finder
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Re: "Oscilloscope" chats finder read "oscillator" in Figure 7
Finder   9/7/2017 5:27:32 AM
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Well, it can be used both ways. In this awesome post, you really only caught the mistake(s).

David Ashton
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Re: "Oscilloscope" should read "oscillator" in Figure 7
David Ashton   9/1/2017 7:17:24 PM
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And also in Figure 7, "entrepreneur's" is a plural and does not need the apostrophe.

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"Oscilloscope" should read "oscillator" in Figure 7
Steve.Leibson   9/1/2017 1:08:10 PM
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"Oscilloscope" should read "oscillator" in Figure 7. H&P didn't build scopes until long after the company moved from the garage.



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