Monthly Archives: May 2006

iPaq 6515 GPS

Does OziExplorerCE? work on a HW6510? Trials using version 1.12.3 DEMO. First the Quick GPS settings need to be updated to allow for a faster satellite fix. I had preprepared a map and uploaded a map to my 6515, and … Continue reading

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Roll over time

A quick look at machine rollovers and disposal schedules. For any given year the purchasing starts in about November the previous year, so years are indicated as eg. 05/2006 for the 2006-SOE. From TRASH to TREASURE::WINDOWS YEAR WORKSTATION LAPTOP 99/2000*JUNK* … Continue reading

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Barcode Generator

This one popped up on the radar today; Can anyone help me with a barcoding program? We have linked up to the following site but it has not worked for a while now – I have emailed them but the … Continue reading

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Websites as Graphs

Websites as Graphs [1] Websites as graphs – an HTML DOM Visualizer Applet, an interesting way to visualise your website. (DOM = Document Object Model) 2006-05-29_webgraph gets the treatment 🙂 The colors used for the nodes are: blue: for … Continue reading

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2006-05-29 This weeks links

Australian BASE-jumper killed in Norway An Australian man has died while BASE-jumping in Norway on the weekend. … [ABC News Online] Tony Coombes, 30, was leaping from popular BASE jumping site Trollveggen – otherwise known as the Troll Wall – … Continue reading

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A Deadly Season: Everest 2006

The 2006 has seen a record number of summits (c.500) but with at least 10 fatal accidents confirmed, only south side numbers are confirmed by officials, this years toll will be high. When compared to the record spring season of … Continue reading

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AG3 released!

May 3, 2006: AG 3.0 Release Available [1] AG 3.0 Release Highlights [2] Jabber client integration Integrated meeting schedule viewer Improved venue navigation View all Venues on server, exits from current Venue, or MyVenues Tree-based perusal of Venue space (without … Continue reading

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Microsoft reveals Vista checklist

Ah,, and I thought that VISTA was vapourware VISTA HARDWARE CHECKLIST [1] Minimum Recommended Source: Microsoft   Getting ready for Windows Vista, available in early 2007, means choosing the edition that’s right for you and ensuring that you have the … Continue reading

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CISCO VPN Client – time to update!

Time to update our fleet’s VPN client; Cisco Security Advisory: Windows VPN Client Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability [1] Document ID: 70332 Advisory ID: cisco-sa-20060524-vpnclient Revision 1.0 For Public Release 2006 May 24 1600 UTC (GMT) — Paraphrased text — … Continue reading

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There’s a frood who really knows where his towel is!

You sass that hoopy Douglas Adams? Now there’s a frood who knew where his towel was. You are invited to join your fellow hitchhikers in mourning the loss of the late great one. Join in on towel day to show … Continue reading

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