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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter Palm
Chinese database for Palm OS flashcard program
At long last, I released a new version of my chinese database for the flashcard program for Palm OS Lexi. The new DB has a lot of new entries, and has also been cleaned up (double entries mostly removed, error corrections, etc...) Extract from the "readme" file: "This database is for the excellent "flash cards" application Lexi. It contains over 4200 chinese words and expressions, and can be used to learn Pin Yin as well as Han Zi (chinese signs)." Readme file Download the database ......

Posted On Sunday, August 20, 2006 7:55 PM

One week later...
This week has been quite unusual for me. I was supposed to start work again on wednesday after my holidays, but I caught a fever, so I had to stay home until friday. As additionally my kids were spending one week holidays with my parents, and my wife started her new job, I found myself alone home. Well, after a while it got a bit boring, though I did some work on various private projects I have. One thing I did is order a Piel Frama leather case for my Palm LifeDrive (tan color), and I am really ......

Posted On Sunday, August 6, 2006 7:47 PM

QuickNews and AvantGo
I spent yesterday's evening working on the other project occupying me in the moment, which will link QuickNews to AvantGo (two Palm OS programs which one can use to read RSS feeds). How to link them? Well, QuickNews is very good because it's fast, efficient and to the point. However, it doesn't render HTML, it cannot follow links, so sometimes it's just too short. AvantGo, on the other hand, is a HTML compliant reader, can follow links, can be used to browser online or offline (you have to synchronize ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 27, 2006 8:43 PM

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