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February 16, 2006

Pulsar: the on-demand timepiece

Before my grandfather passed on he gave me a watch he bought in the seventies. It is a Pulsar, the world's first digital LED watch and about as old as I am. It was a watch he wore often as I was growing up and we used to ask him to show it to us because unlike your standard watch of today most of the time the display was completely black. To show the time you press a little command button on the side. This feature was to save batteries however I love the concept and consider it a very polite watch, only speaking when spoken to. Besides, when someone annoyingly leans over to look at your watch so they don't have to talk to you they will be sorely disappointed.


Posted by Dave at 11:19 AM |

February 10, 2006

Announcing UniSudoku

I made the switch and have just released UniSudoku, my first program for the Mac. I actually have lusted after the Mac for years and then finally got a Titanium Powerbook a few years ago which I loved but then which got stolen from my apartment. So it was back to the PC for a while but I knew it wouldn't be forever. I walked into the Apple store last fall and bought a new iBook. I got a copy of Aaron Hillegass' Cocoa Programming book and got to work.


Posted by Dave at 02:44 PM |