Well, I think the server is back up and running correctly. So, the news…
Last week we had a ‘server meltdown’. At first I thought it had been hacked, then a disk failure, but further investigation has shown it was due to faulty RAM. The server is now back online, the website is up, and the blog has just come back on line. Hopefully, the blog will be back up and fully functioning in a few days.
When working on programs such as iCalMaker (iCal calendar editing software), and PhotoGPSEditor (geotagging photos with latitude and longitude coordinates) you become acutely aware of time and time zones. Working on chemCal (a chemistry concentrations and dilutions calculator for the iPhone/iPod Touch) makes you aware of units… so to be confronted by the following screen when buying a Newcastle to Glasgow train ticket is very confusing
New version of PhotoGPSEditor is now available. This is a minor update with improved import of poorly formated nmea files, and improved export of geotagged photos.