Interesting, I was just thinking about something similar after my PC started overheating with all the internal drives.
Hmm obviously you don't watch an UKTV channels ... you would do if your were married! I have never cried watching 'Extreme Makeover: House - Edition' honest! (But building a house in Seven days is amazing!)
We were just talking about that show, I love the way they sit down sketch out a design and within 24 hours all the parts turns up to that design with planning permission etc. Something tells me they don't really do it all from scratch in 7 days
While we are talking, it's beter to use an ashx handler for stuff like this as you then you do not have the overhead of all the page framework.
Also while I store the details for a page in the db and use that for building lists etc, if the files are on disk, most of the time i'll write out the direct link to the file on disk in things like <img> tags. Let IIS do what it really good at and serve the file directly.
I found this very therapeutic!
In theory no, but to actually build a working system, thats a whole other story. There is are reasons why nearly every scanner system around today uses a mechanical system to position the scanning head.
For large scale systems, you might as well couple a fixed scanner (for example http://hds.leica-geosystems.com/products/products.html) with a GPS system for location.
For smaller systems the added complexity and cost of a radio based system does not gain you much over a fixed system.
This is quite cool as well for a home project. http://www.muellerr.ch/engineering/laserscanner/default.htm
Manip wrote:Bad generic numbers. If the timing was close enough then there is nothing you couldn't scan, from bridges down to a pin head.
I don't at all understand your orientation question... It scans in all the surfases... So ?
You delay system knows where in space the scanning device is, how do you know in what direction the laser scanner is pointing?
brownsoft wrote: Once I touched it up. It still real rough for consumption. What are you looking for in the souce?? If you need any questions answered, just let me know.
I'm just paranoid. If I step through the source I can keep an eye on what it's doing.
You take paranoia to a whole new level
btw u got pc @ bedroom ?
no but I have a laptop that's much more usefull.
you got it all wrong - u want to change playlist on the media pc (tv is off ht is on) u can't use the
I change my playlist via a wireless PDA that talks to my music server.
sorry but wrong again - what u had said is plain data centralization, example: which i have shown you btw ,
favorites - needs to be on server which is an always on pc. movies won't sit on the server because the'll
probably will be shown on the media-pc which is a hibernated pc thus if you want to access from another media-pc to movies it will take ou about the time to get from the living room to your room to the pc getting out of hibernate.
Wake-On-Lan works quite well for this. Your also wrong about the data storage, you want to push as much of your data back to a central server as possible, this gives you better options of redundancy (such as RAID) as convential backup methods are usless for this amount of data at home. It also means that you can dump the harddrives from the more 'embbeded' type machines such as the one in you home theater system reducing the noise output and the MTBF.
don't think of a pc as personal computer with the standart purpose, it's also your :
and of course window to the internet.
And so much more.....
i guess you have one multipc that does it all.
I have many, many PC....
Sorry what was you point?