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Click to view Google sitemap generator

Google sitemap generator

Posted Wednesday 18 February 2009 11:24 Page View Counter 504

Below is the code to make an .aspx page written in C# which scans all folders on a website and generates a xml site map which google can read for all .htm or .html pages. If you want to add other file types, edit the in dirInfo.GetFiles("*.htm"))...

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Click to view The closure of swanageforum

The closure of swanageforum

Posted Monday 16 February 2009 12:06 Page View Counter 320

The closure of www.swanageforum.co.uk As the designer and webmaster of the Swanage forum, I thought it was about time that I put the record straight to why I pulled the site before any more rumours appear like the one about the council forcing me to...

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2009 updates

Posted Saturday 24 January 2009 23:14 Page View Counter 263

Some updates to the about me page!  In summer 2008 I had the chance to try some HD video recording kit and green screen for a web project and that got me hooked with video editing and production. After buying a Canon HD camcorder and a new...

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Click to view Solar Power Project Part 4 Mains electricity from the sun

Solar Power Project Part 4 Mains electricity from the sun

Posted Friday 12 December 2008 21:58 Page View Counter 452

The solar panel has has a pair of 60 amp wires which run from the apex of the roof to a first floor cupboard where the battery, charge converter / controller, inverter and relay switch box is situated. The picture below shows the large red 60amp wires...

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aluminum imac hard drive upgrade guide

Posted Sunday 16 November 2008 00:46 Page View Counter 915

Aluminium iMac Hard Drive upgrade guide Upgrading the internal hard drive in a 2007-2008 Apple iMac to 1.5TB The following guide provides step by step instructions on how to disassemble and upgrade your Apple iMac 20" or 24" models. Tools...

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Final Cut Pro First Attempt

Posted Friday 07 November 2008 00:05 Page View Counter 436

After buying a Canon XH A1 camcorder a couple of months ago, I finally got round to buying the hardware and software to let me edit the hd video footage it generates, by buying a Mac Pro and a copy of Final Cut Studio 2 last week. I found a video...

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Click to view Solar Power Project Part 3

Solar Power Project Part 3

Posted Saturday 18 October 2008 23:07 Page View Counter 342

After the sealant and paint had dried the mounting brackets were fitted to the back of the panel. The ridge tiles on the roof were then removed and the panel screwed to the main wooden beam across the middle of the roof. The panel initally suffered...

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Click to view Solar Power Project Part 2

Solar Power Project Part 2

Posted Monday 13 October 2008 19:38 Page View Counter 383

After waiting a day for the painted baseboard to dry, I fitted the solar cells to the board today and soldered interconnecting wires to join them all together in series. Under artifical light the output from the panels was 13.5 volts and once the silicone...

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Click to view Solar Power Project Part 1

Solar Power Project Part 1

Posted Saturday 11 October 2008 20:25 Page View Counter 350

After sourcing 50 solar cells from the USA via ebay, I am building a weather proof outdoor solar panel array which should supply enough energy to run the household lighting circuit. Started work today on building the panel array using 10mm foamx...

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Click to view RC Bike Project

RC Bike Project

Posted Monday 29 September 2008 13:27 Page View Counter 1432

Custom 5th Scale RC Bike Project The development of a custom built 1/5 scale radio controlled electric motorbike using a carbon fibre chassis and adjustable pivot suspension unit. The design was made using adobe Illustrator and the main parts were...

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Watercooled Xbox 360

Posted Tuesday 29 July 2008 10:02 Page View Counter 583

Watercooled Xbox 360 - First watercooling project to make an Xbox 360 much quieter. Materials Used: 6mm Copper Plate for heat block Feser One Cooling Fluid - UV GREEN 3/8 Clearflex 60 Hose 12V Laing DDC-1T Pro 10W Pump XSPC 250mm Passive...

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External Button Connections

Posted Monday 14 May 2007 09:55 Page View Counter 728

External Connections for Xbox 360 Steering Wheel buttons and gear shifters Adding six external phono plug connections for joypad buttons and gear shifter pads on the Xbox 360 wheel. These are to connect external gear shifters and hand brake systems. Parts...

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Click to view Steering wheel bearings upgrade

Steering wheel bearings upgrade

Posted Friday 15 December 2006 09:48 Page View Counter 1433

Changing the default plastic bearing in the official Xbox 360 steering wheel to a sealed cartridge bearing. Parts Required: Xbox 360 Steering Wheel Sealed bearing race, 45mm internal, 75mm external, 16mm high. Available from RS Electronics,...

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Click to view X1 Project First case change for a classic Xbox games console

X1 Project First case change for a classic Xbox games console

Posted Saturday 10 June 2006 00:00 Page View Counter 600

X1 - Fitting the standard xbox games console into a commercial CD player case. The donor Xbox The CD Player case with all the insides removed. The xbox dvd drive with the casing removed to fit in the new case.       USB...

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Click to view X2 Custom case built to make the Xbox console as small and quiet as possible

X2 Custom case built to make the Xbox console as small and quiet as possible

Posted Friday 09 June 2006 00:00 Page View Counter 903

X2 - Custom case built to make the Xbox console as small and quiet as possible. This case was built using aluminium and perspex for the top panel. [more] The milling machine being unpacked. The motherboard mod chip pins were soldered flush...

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