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Topic: Weather
24 Nov 2000

We moved the anemometer onto the roof onto the same mast that has the analog anemometer (the Vigilant from Maximum). I also adjusted the rotor inside the anemometer assembly so that both magnets triggered the reed switch. This should (at least) double the reported wind speed, and bring it into line with reality.



Open source audio/video streaming software -- this drives my pondcam

Information about SPF (Sender Permitted From)

The Doc Searls weblog -- he seems clueful and I read him.

The Citizen Weather Observer Program is a loose collection of amateur weather station operators.

Neat description of the Gunnera Manicata -- a truly monstrous plant!

Open source server for the Rio Receiver -- this is what I use.

Philip Gladstone