Month: March 2006

I think my TeamTrack application is working fairly well in VisualStudio 2005. The threading seems to be working OK, but there is more to be done. The user interface needs some work, but it is actually working. I have to

I still have not worked out what to do with thread.suspend and thread.resume in VB.NET 2005. I did find another thing when I was searching for a solution for that though – on The issue is that ay call

Brian Eno and David Byrne have released their album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts on the Internet. What makes this title interesting is that they have released a couple of tracks with complete multitracks for two of the

Some links before I start programming… Computer Graphics World has an article about the digital storage in use at ILM, and describes their impressive infrastructure. Wired is reporting on Daylight Saving issues in indiana. That state in the USA is

For the last few too many hours I have been working on my TeamTrack application upgrading it to VisualStudio 2005. There were a few hundred issues to be resolved. Not major errors, but in some cases the syntax has been

I did go for a run… It was probably too close to the middle of the day, meaning that the sun was shining and the temperature in the sun was a bit warmer than I thought it was going to

As soon as this entry is complete I will be having a run – I have not been for about 10 days or so, and I am looking forward to geting some exercise. It has been too long, but things

I managed to sleep in this morning… By the end of the week I think I will have adjusted for the end of the coming daylight saving. I managed to wake up just before 7am today… Sometimes it is nice

I mentioned earlier about the report on ASIO forcing people to securely wipe parts of their HDDs. Well, I was talking to a friend about this, and printed the report out for him. It turns out he used to work

A few minutes back I had a SKYPE from a friend in New Zealand… He wanted to show SKYPE off to a visitor so he contacted me… His visitor was impressed… Even more so when he was able to use

I just had a neighbour from a few houses up come over and ask for help. His daughter and wife had been spending hours trying to get windows media player working properly with a video projector for the daugher’s 21st

Finally, something worthwhile buying on eBay. There is a WWII Enigma Machine up for auction. If the price was not so high I would bid on it. With a few days to go the price is already 9998 Euro. I

I have got some work done today… A tracker went out the door – I found some issues caused by the debugging information… Fun. Basically the debugging information was using up too much CPU time and other things were not

The Register is reporting on the latest music sales figures from ARIA. In overview, sales are down of physical media thanks to legal and illegal downloads, and increased choice. Ringtones are up… And strangly the same people who have an

Argh. Argh. Argh. Does that explain a few things? Let me explain. Point number one… I was having a few issues getting a tracker working. Then I realised – I somehow told it I was using the wrong type of