I suppose that this is really a blog, though I hesitate to call it that. The real bloggers seem so much
more interesting. I cover stuff which I find interesting, and I hope that you will too.|
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18 Jul 2000
A big storm rolls through, and though the promised hail does not appear, there is a nearby lightning strike, and the pond server gets into a funny state. It reports that the CMOS battery is low (which is unlikely). I reset the CMOS, and it no longer will boot Linux. The system is attached to a UPS so I am hopeful that it isn't really fried.
Neat description of the Gunnera Manicata -- a truly monstrous plant!
The Citizen Weather Observer Program is a loose collection of amateur weather station operators.
Information about SPF (Sender Permitted From)
Open source server for the Rio Receiver -- this is what I use.
The Doc Searls weblog -- he seems clueful and I read him.
Open source audio/video streaming software -- this drives my pondcam