Jay's WebLog

Mobile Devices, Xbox, and all things fun

July, 2004

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    Digital Picture Frame Part 1

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    Digital Picture Frame (Part 1)! I was inspired to create a digital picture frame after seeing the Junktop Revival Wiki as well as Mike Hall 's project . I wanted to reuse one of my old laptops, a Thinkpad, but the issue was that I didn't want a...
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    Digital Picture Frame Part 2

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    Digital Picture Frame (Part 2)! (go read Part 1 if you haven't) Hardware time! I opened up the laptop and folded the LCD back behind the keyboard. When I took apart the Thinkpad, it took me about two hours end-to-end. Later on, I took apart my Dell...
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    Image Triage app?

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    What is a good app for image triage? When I say image triage, I mean something that will: Read images off a storage card (I generally don't use USB/Camera cables) Allow me to quickly decide whether I wish to keep an image or not Rename and file the picture...
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    Series Review: Riverworld

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    I started reading the Riverworld series last year and finished the fourth book (the ending) tonight. It's a cool scifi concept - everyone who has ever died gets resurrected on a world with one big river running through it, in a valley bounded by unscalable...
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    Digital Picture Frame now on windowsfordevices.com!

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    The good folks over at windowsfordevices.com published my blog entries in a more readable format :). You can check it out here: http://www.windowsfordevices.com/articles/AT8361803439.html
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    Digital PictureFrame Info

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    Mike Hall recently blogged about me building a digital picture frame. It is true :). I'm going to post some images and some text about it once I write something up - I downloaded BlogJet for that very purpose. It's written in .netCF, running on a custom...
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    Investment for retail code debugging

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    Scenario: The OEM runs hopper, our test app to verify MTTF. The app simulates a user using the device, at a much faster rate. Hopper will uncover deadlocks, Data Aborts, Prefetch Aborts, and other nasty things. When they hit an abort, the OEM may need...
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    BlogJet test - first post

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    Thanks to mikehall , I'm up and running on blogjet now. Testing an image upload... I took this at the 2002 Tulip festival (overexposed so it looks great). OK I admit I edited the sky since the original pic was all white :)
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