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For three days in a row now I've slept great, no insomnia, dreamt decently, woke up fine. It's not a bad thing, being woken up every morning by having your head pet and being kissed goodbye. Not bad at all...

The aquarium is doing good. The cyanobacteria is acting defeated. I don't know why these water changes have impacted it, but the protein skimmer I think has played a large role. I've gotten it's efficiency up and kept it up with minor tweaking daily. The new lights are hella cool.

Speaking of hella cool lights. I put a set of Hella driving lights on the thunderchicken. The stock headlamps were hardly functioning, and as with anything I had to overdo it: 220 watts of light. Yes, combo dual 55w bulbs in each. Tee hee. Good thing I put a 130 amp alternator in it.

Parts are in for my RFID scanner. And a company that makes implantable custom RFID chips got back with me and is sending me some free chips and even covering shipping in preparation for my prototype. There is some concern my avid chip is too encrypted to be of use, so a second programmable chip may be necessary. Call it an upgrade.. :)

- Keman


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Mar. 3rd, 2005 09:17 pm (UTC)
For three days in a row now I've slept great, no insomnia, dreamt decently, woke up fine.

Damn you! For the past two weeks or so I've been waking up every night sometime around when you come to bed - sometimes before, sometimes after, sometimes both. And as you know, I've been having trouble getting up in the morning. Yesterday it took me two hours.

Mar. 3rd, 2005 10:00 pm (UTC)
Implantable RFID chips? What's encoded on them?
Mar. 6th, 2005 09:14 pm (UTC)
Typically RFID chips are just a unique serial number of some sort, at minimum unique across the manufacturing line they originate from.
Mar. 3rd, 2005 10:20 pm (UTC)

Mar. 4th, 2005 06:39 am (UTC)
glad you put some lamps in the thunder chicken, it needs it. hopefully you wont out drive your lights now.
*fuzzles* hope you have a good weekend
Mar. 6th, 2005 09:15 pm (UTC)
THUNDARRR Chicken! ;-)
Mar. 5th, 2005 05:48 am (UTC)
I don't think your chip being encrypted should be a problem. You're just using it as a "key" to unlock the ignition, correct? Then all you should need to do is look at the output of the chip. Even if it's encrypted, it should be the same every time, right? So as long as it matches a copy held within the security system, you should be fine. If it's too large a file to compare, use a hash of the output instead.
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