6. January 2004 07:45
My commute to work has extended to almost 60 minutes at times here in Phoenix Arizona. Nothing good seems to be on the radio anymore either. So today I grabbed one of the .Net Rocks internet audio talk shows and burned it to CD. The ride into work was a lot more informative:) You can also get the shows from MSDN Hosted .Net Rocks. I think I will be doing this more often.
5. January 2004 20:48
I have been using MegaWiki
on my Sony Clie for about 2 weeks now and I love it. It allows you to do WikiWikWeb
like mark up in any text field on a Palm OS device. I currently only use it for organizing my memo pad notes. It makes navigation between notes a snap. Now I can use my PDA as a note taking device when I am in a remote location without my computer.
5. January 2004 13:48
I have tried several blogging services and software packages and I finally decided to use .Text on my own web site. I felt I had more control over what I wanted to do with my blog if I used my own site and a package that came with the source. So far I really like .Text and I can't think of anything I would change currently.
4. January 2004 20:59
I took to the park today and flew the Slow Stick. I had a 2 cell Lipo powering it. It flew about 15 minutes before I had to call it a flight. It sure is nice using Lipo power packs over nicads. The weight differance allowed me to use half throttle and still climb.
4. January 2004 13:30
Well I am in the process of moving over to a new webhosting service. I used to use Flarehosting but I changed to WebHost4Life. The new service is cheaper and provides more capabilities. So far I am very impressed with the service. The control panel used to configure your web site gives you a lot of capabilities. I now have subdomain capability without additional cost.
4. January 2004 11:43
I now have .Text (version .94) configured for multiple blogs on WebHost4Life. It wasn't too hard to do but took a little digging around. I wanted it to be set up as a subdomain so I could have other applications on my main domain. Once I get around to it I will add the steps it took to configure .Text to the new DotTextWiki.