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Truck Wiring and Lighting - Part I

As mentioned in my Custom Truck Console post, since my truck was stolen and now recovered (with all of the emergency equipment stripped out - weird) I’ve got to start from scratch. Since I finished the console, I’ve started work on redoing the lighting. The first grueling step was ...

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Custom truck console

I’ll keep this post relatively to the point (the original full story is on eLightbars.org here and here). My 2006 Ford F-250 CC XLT was stolen in September, 2008. It was recovered about a month later, after Geico said they’d pay out, and after I’d bought ...

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Wordpress Installation, Finished

Found this from a month and a half ago, waiting as a draft:

So, I mostly finished the WordPress installation. I got everything for WordPress up and running, tested my Blogger URL redirection script and then switched over my subdomain redirection.

The blogger redirection takes two parts, but is in ...

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WordPress… Finally!

Well, I finally bit the bullet. I woke up this morning, got in to work (slow day) and said to myself, “My blog’s finally moving to WordPress. Today.” So, I read through the docs (really psyched about the Blogger import feature), downloaded 2.7 (latest), setup the DB and ...

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Priorities

Why is it that Rutgers cancels classes hours before a football game, and surely would if there were classes during Super Bowl times… but both of my classes were scheduled to meet on election night???

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Finally - CSS for Printing

It seems like it’s taken forever. I don’t know how many times I’ve struggled with web apps that I wrote for the ambulance corps to try and get printed output correct. I’ve done everything from generating PDFs, doing screen captures of a browser and printing as ...

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T-Mobile G1 (Googlephone) and VoIP?

So… what’s the deal? Will anyone come out and definitively say what the fate of VoIP is?

From what I’ve read, there are two distinct issues:

  1. The ease of developing VoIP applications on Android, given the lack of a SIP stack.
  2. T-Mobile’s shunning of VoIP over their ...
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Update

It’s been a long month and a half or so. A bunch of new projects at work (and interviewing for a full-time position) and lots of school stuff, all on top of having my truck stolen, dealing with insurance and the police, and then recovering it, and dealing with ...

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