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where can i find old components datasheets?

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Watson A.Name \Watt Sun - the Dark Remover\

Jan 1, 1970
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Mrmike wrote:

[Nothing - nada - zilch - zero - nichts]

Like *what* components? Light bulbs? Ferrets?

:p


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Jim

Jan 1, 1970
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http://www.freetradezone.com

Getting less an less stuff though, unless you pay for it.
A a poor hobbyist, I'd like to know of a site that is as good as they
used to be.

Yeah, for a while they rocked. They've started locking more and more away
though.
I've had decent results with a google search, depending on the popularity of
the part.
http://smartdata.usbid.com/ has something, although I haven't had any luck
with it so far.

Jim
 
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