7. July 2004 16:23
Cool set of tools for more than the tablet!!
23. May 2004 12:23
There is a very useful Dot Net MSN Messenger library
that is going to allow my Home Automation software to send me instant messages about the state of the house.
3. May 2004 09:14
My weblog went down when my hosting company decided to change the IP address of my SQL server database. I am not sure what prompted the IP change but I am going to look into it.
11. April 2004 17:13
Found a .Net class that I may try and use for mu HomeAutomation
project. I want to be able to have a notification service that is capable of sending instant messages when certain events occur. Chris Sells has some IM Client Classes
that may work for me.
9. April 2004 17:08
Ok I finnaly got a Desktop Blogging Tool
that seems to work for .Text. Take a look at this Article
on how to configure it
7. April 2004 13:26
Looks like Channel 9 Wiki is using FlexWiki for it's wiki engine. I haven't really had a chance to see what Channel 9 is all about yet but I could not pass up the chance to post my observations about the use of FlexWiki.
14. March 2004 15:00
Well I ran in a relay Marathon today in the Valley of the Sun Marathon. I had the first 6.2 mile leg of the run. It started out on a 1 mile run down hill. Antother 1 or 2 was flat. The next 2 miles was uphill and it was very tough for me. The remainder of my part was downhill and I was very glad. I completed the 6.2 mile journey in around 58 minutes. Once the results are posted I will know the exact times.
The results are in and our relay team took 1st place in our division!!! See the results for the relay here.
28. February 2004 08:19
A while back I wrote some small articles on robotics for the local Hobby Robotics Web Page
Building a Maze Robot - How I built a maze robot to win a robotic competition in Phoenix Arizona
30 Days of ER1 - Details about using the ER1 robot from Evolution Robotics for 30 days.
These guys used some of my Vector 2X code I published a long time ago in their class project
26. February 2004 00:04
Mark Tilden has designed a new toy robot that uses some real cool features. The power consumption technologies alone are worth the price of the toy. It uses the motor to assist in generated power to charge the batteries. The end result is a robot that can run continously for 20 hours! That is impresive! Check out some video clips on the robot.