Monthly Archives: September 2011

Music CD Database

In keeping with my new saying “If you stumble on a barcode reader in the attic, then everything needs to be barcoded and/or scanned” I scanned in all my CD music library. Why?

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A Confusing Question

A few days ago I was talking with a co worker about my electronic parts cataloging project. Explained the bar code reader (CueCat) neutering procedure and my issues with printing barcodes. I was feeling pretty proud of the project when … Continue reading

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Parts Inventory

I have lots of electronic part. Have not counted yet, but certainly many thousands. Of these parts I have many hundred unique parts. These parts are scattered around my home. Some are in the garage, some in the attic, some … Continue reading

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Python

I have been learning some Python here and there over the last few months. It is an interesting language and I think it has many great advantages for some applications. Without offending the Python diehards, I do not think it … Continue reading

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