From: email@example.com (SilverSnax)
Subject: Re: Mike Brunton; firstname.lastname@example.org ; silversnax.com; HighTechSpeed.com
Date: 17 Jan 2003 13:53:33 -0800
NNTP-Posting-Date: 17 Jan 2003 21:53:33 GMT
email@example.com (JonnyRotten) wrote in message news:...
> Mike, why do you call upon everyone to assist in your companies
> financial gain? I guess you realize that an electrical engineer would
> put your company under. The products you develop are not innovative,
> they have been around anywhere from 7-15 years.
I got an email from this guy today. I don't know who he is or what
his "beef" is, but he apparently has one.
I have no secrets. I make and sell products for cars and bikes. Many
times I have come to this group asking electronics questions. We have
a few folks on staff, but I do a lot of the electronics tweaking.
I've gotten immense help from Winfield Hill, John Fields, Spehro, and
many others - and it's always been greatly appreciated.
I have many computers.. my laptop, desktop at work, desktop at home,
PDA, etc. There are no "aliases". I don't know what this guy thinks
he has "uncovered", but I have to wonder why he is going to such
lengths to 'expose' something that was never under cover in the first
place. If I was trying to hide, I would not have my email address
listed everywhere, along with my name.
So what's the deal John - most folks just state what is on their mind
if they have a question. But you're picking me of all people to fight
with? I don't get it. I gave you my phone number. It's
978-689-9477. Our address is 60 Ashland St, Suite C, North Andover,
If you wish to talk, give me a call or swing by. if you want to ask
about our products, knock yourself out. If you feel that I should not
ask for help from people on this newsgroup when I am working on a
commercial product, then I can only say that it is your perception,
and I disagree. I've gotten great help here before and I will do
again in the future.
I do this as a hobby and as a business. Our power supply that I asked
questions about is a wonderful piece - it generates the AC signal from
DC and it is immensely efficient. I took the input from some on the
group and did some research and did it my own way with a
microprocessor. You questioned my assertion that the unit was as
efficient as an LED. I told you it draws 22.5ma - which is the truth.
If you have a question - go ahead and ask. If you simply want to
fight, I won't stoop to that level.