Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-04-25

  • This is turning out to be a very lazy Sunday #
  • No one expects the Spanish inquisition! #
  • off to try the double down at kfc. let the fatness commense #
  • this sandwich…if you can call it a sandwich…is probably killing me slowly #
  • mmm cherry rc #
  • almost had a 1am run, bloody burned food. #
  • scarily enough, iTunes genius feature works pretty well #
  • was instructed to leave the parking lot, so he did. Did everyone else? No. #
  • time to head for campus I suppose #
  • is back home, after 14 hours out and about #
  • still cleaning up after the McAfee mess… #
  • 18 is clear and out at home #
  • 5am wakeup = blarg… #

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-04-18

  • should probably get moving and head towards campus #
  • time for bed. Storms possibly tonight, which may wake me up. #
  • Starts his morning with some radio checks, pager tests, and bacon. #
  • hates the people who smoke outside his building, right below the window for maximum annoyance, and don't clean up their cigarette butts #
  • should put some pants on and go to work. #
  • needs some advice: get the iPod touch 32GB? #

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Designed by Apple in Cupertino

So I finally gave in and bought an iPod touch. This is the first Apple product I have ever purchased new. So far, I like it a lot. I’m finding that there is no shortage of applications, and that the ones I have downloaded aren’t too bad.

One of the big things to get used to is the predictive text input. Basically you can get really close to what you want to type and it will make a decision based on what you typed. I have yet to put my faith in it yet fully.

Well, I know that this is a rather short post, but hats because I wrote it out using the wordpress application. Lots of little errors that I don’t feel like going back to fix.

FloodCheck Application

FloodCheck screenshotMy first real useful application, written in C#. It’s a simple program that grabs the latest Red River level and displays it in your system tray. It just sits in the corner, only popping up every hour to notify you of the current level. It can also be shown in a larger display.

There really isn’t much by the way of documentation. Just run the application, and click the “Send to systray” button to minimize the program.

The program is provided AS-IS, with no warranty of any kind. I guarantee nothing.

Download [download id=”747″]

Latest Version: v1.0.3780.14180 (May 8, 2010)

Please post any feedback or feature requests into the comments!

UPDATE: From now on, FloodCheck will have its own page. Click here to redirect!

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-03-28

  • red sky at morning, sailor take warning… #
  • if I go to a buffet tomorrow, that'll be 4 buffets in the last week. #
  • GAAAAA Woot-Off round 2 #
  • is unbelievably close to a BOC #
  • Your order for 1 Random Crap has been received by Woot on 3/26/2010 and your credit card has been charged #

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-03-07

  • is actually making an effort to run on 24-hour time #
  • keeps trying to fast-forward live tv. It doesn't work very well. #
  • is unable to sleep. #
  • alright, off to campus, if I have to. #
  • has had enough of the Internetz. Off to bed. #
  • apparently ndsu secure likes to just disappear and reappear, messing w/ my wifi client #
  • is on a call, back hopefully by 9am. #
  • 8:35a, just made it. #
  • now back to campus, and then for more food. #
  • I do believe it's Friday. #

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