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So, I was using Windows, and Chimer played HLLL at 9:00. Turns out I was misreading the hour when the clock check lands exactly on 999ms. 1.1 should fix it. The Linux version is still at 1.0, cause it didn't have the bug.

I just made a Linux Programs page. Shortly thereafter, I put Chimer on it. Every hour, it chimes the time in binary. There's a Windows version in there too. beep beep beep beep.

ExTemp stopped working because AccuWeather changed their page layout. The new v1.05 should fix it.

I noticed a slight memory leak in ExTemp, so I fixed it, and relased version 1.04. It turns out that the old systray icons were all being kept in ram, which should have added up to about 2MB of wasted memory after running for a month. Anyway, it's fixed now.

I released ExTemp 1.03 today. There are some modifications to the icon's tooltip, and it now pulls data from because the other server was acting up.

Oops, I just realized that ever since I moved my site to Purdue, the comments page hasn't been working. It turns out the script wasn't accepting data sent through a post operation. Sorry if anyone's tried to post anything recently... I think it's fixed now.

I just got access to my webspace at Purdue today, and they seem to support PHP, and they're much faster than my old host, so I moved the site over there.

I fixed a bug in FixDC that was causing problems if you killed your internet connection while being connected to AIM. It's fixed in version 1.3

Ok, AIM FixDC v1.1 is out now. It now has a cleaner interface, and it's possible to DC on more than one computer per LAN (but you have to do some router tweaking to get that working.)

I just finished a program called AIM FixDC. It sits between AOL Instant Messenger and the server, and allows people behind routers to direct connect by replacing the local IP with an external IP as the direct connect request is being sent. Check it out in the Windows Programs section.

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