PowerNowD v1.00 is released out into the wild. This marks the last release of the software. If others want to take it further, they may do so with my blessing. But since the 'ondemand' kernel governor is now working pretty reliably, that seems to be the wave of the ...read more
Well, it finally works. For a while, anyway. I built a simple train garden with a loop around the outside and a windy piece of track that went through the center of a very sparse town. I eventually used photoresistors, two bright white LEDs shining at them, and the basic ...read more
The holidays went quite well here. Spent the first part visiting family, and having a great time, had to work part of the week, Saw Vince and Kristina on Friday, and then took a trip out to Deep Creek lake with some of my college friends and spent New Years ...read more
Karma is coming back to eat my dogmafood.
In 1998, I took a course at RPI called Introduction to Engineering Design. It's the big engineering project course, where they take teams of engineering students of different types (chemical, mechanical, computer, electrical, etc..), give them a problem and a budget ...read more
Well, Katy wants a static front page, and wants her own blog. That wouldn't be possible with WebFaction unless we upgraded our service. Except that as of a few days ago, Webfaction just upped their service for everyone, so now everyon has 'unlimited' applications (within disk space limits). This ...read more
So I've decided to take on a somewhat more ambitious project than I probably should this Christmas season. Now that we have a house, I'm putting up a train garden again. Those who know me will know that I've done one off and on over the years ...read more
After owning this domain for the last 4 months I figure it's about time to really start using the homepage in addition to the photo album site (photos.clemensfam.org). This weblog is set up so that both Katy and I can write to it whenever we want to ...read more
The trip home on saturday was pretty uneventful. We've now had a full week to recover and get back into the swing of things at our jobs.
I can see now why people take a honeymoon. Katy and I really are closer than we have been, and I didn ...read more
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