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Android Nexus 4 – using Sqlite to ’empty’ Pop Email ‘trash’

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

Empty POP Email ‘trash’ (Android) Ok, after some digging and a bit of thought: Google Android Nexus 4- Pop email does not delete messages that are placed into the ‘trashcan’. Google Android Nexus 4- Pop email lacks many features like: select all or multi-message select – you have to select messages one at a time.) Continue reading →

Western Digital My Book Live 3 TB network drive

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

I needed some additional storage and I was looking for: network ready, Giga-Bit speed network storage ~3GB (close to 3 TB of useable storage – enough to backup any single drive that I have and still have some free storage) reasonable price. What the Western Digital My Book provides is: network ready, Giga-Bit speed network Continue reading →

Collecting local weather data with WS-1090

Monday, June 6th, 2011

As part of my abode-sensing project (a physical sensor network still in the planning stages) I decided that install a  home, automated weather station (AWS.)  The goal is to collect basic weather data that may be used with the sensor data collected in the house (my main interest is with the temperature related data, i.e.  Continue reading →

Eye-Fi WiFi part 2 (update time)

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

There have been several news articles covering privacy issues and automated data transfers from current smart phones – Eye-Fi WiFi (and similar) camera-ready-network-cards may have similar issues.  The Eye-Fi WiFi software solution is non-transparent – where and when data/images are being transferred outside of you local network it is not clear (well, at least based Continue reading →

Eye-Fi WiFi SDHC cards (feedback)

Thursday, January 6th, 2011

Eye-Fi Model:  Connect|X2, 4GB +WiFi I am exploring this card using a new DSLR camera that supports it. First, my expectations based on product feature list from the sales site (an Amazon store): support for on-the-fly download via wireless connection support for image files and video support for typical wireless networking setups Additional expectations (yours Continue reading →

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