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So many opportunities, so little time… There are videos, and blogs, and forums, and galleries. It takes real focus to pick relevant items, and stay away from all (most?) of the rabbit holes. Actually, one decent on-topic item is better … Continue reading
When the Internet mostly works, and one thing doesn’t – where do you start? Continue reading
I found a number of software manuals for the Windows MMI systems we developed for Optimo. There are some odds and ends as well, including two CD-ROMS. It looks like the CDs include software and manuals for most of our … Continue reading
Time to clean out some of the junk/old computer stuff. I looked around, and it looks like there’s a bit of activity in old computers and parts. So, maybe I can make a few dollars and save some of this … Continue reading
World Community Grid runs one task per thread on common CPUs. That means two tasks per core. Continue reading
I dug through my stock of Optimo goodies and took photos. See the parts page.
Do what you’re called to do, if you can figure out what it is.
Until then, do what you can as well as you can, Continue reading
Manuals and more for Commodore. http://www.bombjack.org/commodore/
An interesting story about these “smart meters” that SoCalEd has been forcing on us. http://billmullins.wordpress.com/2009/06/17/smart-meters-how-dumb-are-they/