Monthly Archives: August 2009

Fire at the Nuclear Plant

Just a quick link today to an article from the New York Times about fire danger, prevention, and detection at American nuclear power plants: Nuclear Regulators Urge High-Tech Fire Detection for Plants. One of the current low-tech fire detection and … Continue reading

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Diabetes Application – A Sample Report

A couple weeks ago, I presented a teaser of my diabetes application. I’ve been working on it a lot lately, creating GUIs to enter most of the data on my insulin pump and blood glucose meter. But mostly I’ve been … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing Now

More details to follow . . . eventually.

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