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Monthly Archives: October 2006

A matter of timing

You know how everything time related in .NET uses milliseconds? Kind of gives you the impression you can deal with things at a millisecond resolution. Generally not so. The internal clock seems to have a resolution just a bit above … Continue reading

October 27, 2006 .net

Staying in sync

As I mentioned a couple of days ago, I’m trying to keep my PDA/phone and web in sync. The calendar portion is reasonably well taken care of. That leaves contacts and tasks. I got one of my domains switched to … Continue reading

October 9, 2006 geek

How timely.. Using the xv6700 for net access

Engadget has a how-to on using a EV-DO device for internet access for a laptop. They use the xv6700 in their tutorial, so i need to try that out

October 4, 2006 geek

Coding on the xv6700

As it turns out, my phone was not developer locked as I had assumed from some of the sites I found. It was mostly a matter of getting VS.NET 2k5 to install its code on the phone. Not that that … Continue reading

October 3, 2006 .net, geek

Verizon xv6700 & calendaring

I got an xv6700 last week, trying to rid myself of the extra bulk of my palmpilot. The xv6700 is not too large, but has a nice large screen and a usefully sized keyboard. Plus its a full Windows CE … Continue reading

October 2, 2006 geek