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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #180 on: May 08, 2009, 05:20:12 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b]Fluorescence of the green "dots" on the face of the [url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/clock3.htm]Infinity Optics Clock[/url] when irradiated with the [url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/blu-ray5.htm]Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/clock3-3.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/405-70.gif[/img]

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Fluorescence of the green "dots" on the face of the Infinity Optics Clock when irradiated with the Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module





{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #181 on: May 09, 2009, 05:20:46 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/digimon5.wav]Opening (theme ) song for Digimon Data Squad[/url] (333,592 bytes).
Run time (playing time) 0:30 (exactly 30 seconds).
Audio quality is considerably low because my attempts at extracting the audio track from the DVD were all unsuccessful (the last attempt produced an audio file of more than 6 gigabytes([b]!!![/b]) in size that would not load into "sound recorder" even when rebooting and "sound recorder" was the only application I launched -- the original source file (audio and video for a ~22 minute episode) was just ~829MB in size; so I made this recording by setting my digital camera in front of the speaker, playing the part of the DVD that contained this, and extracting the sound in .WAV format.
The lyrics of this song are as follows:
[i]
When you have to face a fight
Be strong and give it all your might
Digimon D-D-D-Data Squad
Unleash your soul
And you will reach your goal
Prepare digivolve!
Never surrender
Never be outdone
'Cause the challenge ain't over
We've only just begun
Digimon!
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Opening (theme ) song for Digimon Data Squad (333,592 bytes).
Run time (playing time) 0:30 (exactly 30 seconds).
Audio quality is considerably low because my attempts at extracting the audio track from the DVD were all unsuccessful (the last attempt produced an audio file of more than 6 gigabytes(!!!) in size that would not load into "sound recorder" even when rebooting and "sound recorder" was the only application I launched -- the original source file (audio and video for a ~22 minute episode) was just ~829MB in size; so I made this recording by setting my digital camera in front of the speaker, playing the part of the DVD that contained this, and extracting the sound in .WAV format.
The lyrics of this song are as follows:

When you have to face a fight
Be strong and give it all your might
Digimon D-D-D-Data Squad
Unleash your soul
And you will reach your goal
Prepare digivolve!
Never surrender
Never be outdone
'Cause the challenge ain't over
We've only just begun
Digimon!

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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #182 on: May 09, 2009, 10:28:37 pm »
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #183 on: May 10, 2009, 05:45:11 am »
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[b]Mother's Day (05-10-09)[/b]
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have six updates planned for my website today...one is a new evaluation of the Energizer Magnet Light, the next is spectroscopy of its LEDs, and the next four have to do with my having performed spectroscopy (pronounced "...[b][i]O WAIT!!!![/i][/b] That's a rather severe no-no on this BBS!!! [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img] of the LEDs at both minimum and maximum intensity in an LED lantern.

The spectra and beam cross-sectional analysis (of the Magnet Light) were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/magnet1.jpg[/img]
This is the Magnet Light.

[img]http://toyletbowlbbs.home.att.net/lantern1.jpg[/img]
And this is the Nuwai CK-120 LED lantern.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.

[size="7"][color="green"][b]HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!![/b][/color][/size]
to all mothers and mothers-to-be out there in Pride® Scooters and Powerchairs cyberland!!! :) :D :)

If your mother is Among the Living...o poo, there I go thinking about the metal band Anthrax again!!! [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img], then please visit her or give her a telephone call.
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Mother's Day (05-10-09)
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have six updates planned for my website today...one is a new evaluation of the Energizer Magnet Light, the next is spectroscopy of its LEDs, and the next four have to do with my having performed spectroscopy (pronounced "...O WAIT!!!! That's a rather severe no-no on this BBS!!! of the LEDs at both minimum and maximum intensity in an LED lantern.

The spectra and beam cross-sectional analysis (of the Magnet Light) were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.


This is the Magnet Light.


And this is the Nuwai CK-120 LED lantern.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!!
to all mothers and mothers-to-be out there in Pride® Scooters and Powerchairs cyberland!!! :) :D :)

If your mother is Among the Living...o poo, there I go thinking about the metal band Anthrax again!!! , then please visit her or give her a telephone call.
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #184 on: May 11, 2009, 05:13:19 am »
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b][url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/l1-2-2.htm]SureFire L1 Digital Lumamax (2)[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/l1-2-3.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/l1-2-2-3.gif[/img]
Low mode.

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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SureFire L1 Digital Lumamax (2)




Low mode.

{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #185 on: May 11, 2009, 06:05:51 am »
I'd consider myself a "moderately die-hard Trekker" (I read somewhere that "Trekkie" was rather frowned upon; "Trekker" was more acceptable). :)

I purchased a Type 1 (TOS) hand phaser prop (made primarily out of plaster) in Seattle right around 1990 (I may actually still have that; but maybe not), I used to have an Enterprise-D (NCC-1701D) that had a variety of sounds and voices, and I think I still have a Type 1 (TNG) hand phaser computer mouse - it's an analogue (balled) mouse though, so I haven't used it in quite a while. I still have a Type 2 phaser pistol (TOS) with light & sound. I also use to have a TNG tricorder with LEDs and sounds, but I think it became destroyed when I moved in mid-1996.

I've seen every episode of TOS, TNG, DS9, and VOY multiple times; but only a smattering of episodes from ENT. And I've seen all of the Star Trek movies at least once.

When I operated a dial-up BBS, my "door games" menu was a dead knock-off of a computer panel from TNG. It was even in a pseudo-3D.


I was not able to find this screen, but here is some proof that I was the sysop of a BBS from 07-21-89 through 07-21-99.

So I guess this makes me somewhat of a Trekker, even though I have never been to a Star Trek convention.

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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #186 on: May 11, 2009, 01:12:54 pm »
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #187 on: May 11, 2009, 07:03:40 pm »
Danger Zone:
Pizza Delivery (2)
Boating School
Opposite Day
F.U.N.
Employee of the Month
SB-129
Suds (1)
Arrgh!

Safe Zone:
Walking Small

Dead Zone:
Squeaky Boots
Tea at the Treedome
Reef Blowers
Nature Pants
Home Sweet Pineapple
I Was a Teenage Gary
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II
Jellyfishing
MuscleBob BuffPants
Pickles
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy
Sandy's Rocket
Sleepy Time
The Chaperone
Jellyfish Jam
Ripped Pants
Texas
Bubblestand
Karate Choppers
Fools in April
Culture Shock
Naughty Nautical Neighbors
Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost
Scaredy Pants
Help Wanted
Hooky
The Paper
Valentine's Day
Neptune's Spatula
Hall Monitor
Rock Bottom
Plankton!
If your teacher gives you an F, it is wrong to say "Well what do you expect moron! I didn't study!"

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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #188 on: May 12, 2009, 05:23:48 am »
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[b]05-12-09[/b]
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have six updates planned for my website today...four concern my having performed spectroscopy of the LED in the SureFire U2 Digital Ultra flashlight, and the last two are the addition of a somewhat humourous photograph to two (2) web pages for ICON flashlights.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/third/u2-1.jpg[/img]
This is the SureFire U2 Digital Ultra flashlight.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/icons.jpg[/img]
And this is the photograph I added to the two ICON flashlight web pages, showing the mismatched heads & bodies.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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05-12-09
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have six updates planned for my website today...four concern my having performed spectroscopy of the LED in the SureFire U2 Digital Ultra flashlight, and the last two are the addition of a somewhat humourous photograph to two (2) web pages for ICON flashlights.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.


This is the SureFire U2 Digital Ultra flashlight.


And this is the photograph I added to the two ICON flashlight web pages, showing the mismatched heads & bodies.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #189 on: May 13, 2009, 05:00:46 am »
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[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/sysoptag.jpg[/img]

Here's more proof that I was the sysop (pronounced "[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/sysop.gif[/img]") {[i]short for "system operator"[/i]} of a dial-up BBS from 07-21-89 through 07-21-99.

This is my name tag used during the Western Lights Convergence 1992 when Searchlight BBS Software had a significant upgrade.

I was operating my BBS with Searchlight BBS software when this gathering was held.
Western Lights was held in mid-November 1992; I remember getting a ride from my now-deceased best friend Paul Casey to the event (it was significantly south of downtown Seattle where I lived at the time) -- Paul also ran Searchlight BBS software on his own BBS at the time.
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Here's more proof that I was the sysop (pronounced "") {short for "system operator"} of a dial-up BBS from 07-21-89 through 07-21-99.

This is my name tag used during the Western Lights Convergence 1992 when Searchlight BBS Software had a significant upgrade.

I was operating my BBS with Searchlight BBS software when this gathering was held.
Western Lights was held in mid-November 1992; I remember getting a ride from my now-deceased best friend Paul Casey to the event (it was significantly south of downtown Seattle where I lived at the time) -- Paul also ran Searchlight BBS software on his own BBS at the time.
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #190 on: May 14, 2009, 05:47:14 am »
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b][url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourth/nitepalm.htm]Nite Palm FieldLAMP[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourth/nitep5.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/nitep2.gif[/img]
LED at maximum candiosity (pronounced "[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourteen/candiosi.gif[/img]")...er...uh...maximum [b][i]INTENSITY[/i][/b] [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img].

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Nite Palm FieldLAMP




LED at maximum candiosity (pronounced "")...er...uh...maximum INTENSITY .

{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #191 on: May 15, 2009, 03:37:35 am »
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[b]New evaluation: Creeper Work Light[/b]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/creep1.jpg[/img]

http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/creeper.htm

[i]Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?[/i] [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img]
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New evaluation: Creeper Work Light



http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/creeper.htm

Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #192 on: May 16, 2009, 05:29:57 am »
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b][url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fifth/ttorch.htm]Tritium Torch[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fifth/ttorch1.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/ttorch2.gif[/img]
The light output is quite feeble, but I've finally been able to capture it spectrographically!!! [img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/seventee/party.gif[/img]

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Tritium Torch




The light output is quite feeble, but I've finally been able to capture it spectrographically!!!

{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #193 on: May 17, 2009, 05:31:53 am »
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b]Fluorescence of the LED phosphor of an [url=http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/arcls.htm]Arc LS Prototype[/url] when irradiated with a [url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/412_85.htm]Handheld ~412nm Blu-ray (Violet-Emitting) Laser[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://rememberedrats.home.att.net/arcls6.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/alsprot9.gif[/img]

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Fluorescence of the LED phosphor of an Arc LS Prototype when irradiated with a Handheld ~412nm Blu-ray (Violet-Emitting) Laser





{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #194 on: May 18, 2009, 05:08:47 am »
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In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b]Vintage GaP (gallium phosphide) 5mm red LED[/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/gapred0.gif[/img]
Drive current 1.80mA.

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Vintage GaP (gallium phosphide) 5mm red LED


Drive current 1.80mA.

{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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