So I was working with WSPR which is a propagation tool for HAM radio, I had just put my 80M loop back in the air and wondered what I could do with it at a better height. so I kicked up WSPR. After a few hours I noticed my disk space was getting full, having seen the tool on Scott’s blog called Space Sniffer I thought to check it out for this task. What an awesome tool! This is sort of like the KDirStat Project (WinDirStat) but a lot more “fancy”. Particularly it shows data in a better format I feel. So I then noticed something that WSPR was eating up 15GB of my hard disk! Yikes So I deleted all that mess, and back to testing my 80M station BTW if your wondering the data is wasted in this directory %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\WSPR\save
So I have been a big fan of Kickstarter and finally found a project I could sucker into! This looks way cool and I am sup excited to get one!
One of the most important features that I consider the iPad for in day-to-day business is the ability to take good notes. Previously I used another application called audionote. I recently found a new application simply by browsing the app store and luck... It was on sale for 99cents which I am a sucker for.
The app is noteability this app blew my mind. Not only is it an awesome editor for documents and making handwriting and text and photos flow nicely. But the management of all the features with the touch interface is simply awesome.
This application will allow you to email in rtf or PDF with the audio It's a clean PDF file no mention of the application developer (one major issue I had with the audionote app I used prior)
In the end notability just shines so much it's seriously crazy professional and can be used for more then just making notes in a class or meeting you can publish some nice documents with it. I love it!
So I would be leaving out important details if I didn't mention that most of the reason that I went to WordPress and spent six hours upgrading servers wasn't only to save cash. It was because I came across this cool iPad app called blogsy that seems to be the only fully featured blogger out there. It did not support my prior platform, so the change to WordPress took place...