Archive for November, 2007

I’ve been hard at work (since I’m spending a few days of well deserved vacation at home I have some free time) putting out one new Windows Mobile 6.0 program after another. It started with the points calculator, then came the reflexes game, and now comes Hoppper. Hopper is a new version of a game […]


Ever wanted to watch YouTube on your Windows Mobile Handheld / Smartphone and realized you can’t? Well this is a solution for you! YouTube Pocket will allow you to search all of YouTube in a mobile friendly format and stream the videos live in a fashion much similar to the iPhone. Best of all it […]


Speaking of challenging. Starting out programming using Visual Studio 2005 has been more complicated than I expected. I wrote everything previously in UltraEdit 32 so it’s had it growing pains. It started off complicated when I started to find my Visual Studio 2005 install discs, then installing required updates, and finally downloading the Windows Mobile […]


Turns out the new Zune 2.0 player is not affected by simple registry hacks. I’ve spent some time today looking around to see if adding in MPEG and Divx file types to the new Zune 2.0 software. Turns out I wasn’t able to succeed. As you can see from the screenshot I was able to […]


I’ve moved away-once again-to a new phone. The T-Mobile Shadow. I’m looking for something with a bit more expansion capability where more people would have access to my software. My wife did upgrade to the LX so I plan on porting all the software I’ve written so far to work on it once SKDR is […]