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Steve Appleton, Survivor
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sprite0022
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sprite0022,
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6/3/2014 | 9:40:12 PM
micron no. 1463
hey man, I have found your micron ID,KURT MARKO No. 1463.

and you left a Process Eng (1).

shXX if you have stayed you are a rich man now.
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JYOUNG2700,
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2/6/2012 | 8:28:53 PM
re: Steve Appleton, Survivor
Hi Kurt. A good summary of Micron and Steve. I remember when I worked there that same time period, and our paths even crossed a couple times in product development. Steve was a good person to me and those around me. He will be missed at Micron. I too moved on from Micron, but have memories of "working on the line" with him in the early days. You are correct, that his legacy will live on at Micron.
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Basement,
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2/6/2012 | 7:55:14 PM
re: Steve Appleton, Survivor
I bought 64 of those 64kb chips in '84, they went on an S-100 card that I had to assemble. It gave us a whopping 4mb ram disk on our computer running cp/m.


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