Monthly Archives: October 2009

Alarm 3.5 Support Extended

Today I noticed that a lot of people are still using pre-3.5.8 versions of Alarm so I decided to again support those versions. Please upgrade them to 3.5.10! I just set up the auto-update feature so that you can now upgrade from those versions again.

Oh College

I’m really, really busy right now.

I just had two tests this past week, and I got a 94% (the highest grade in the class) on my Random Signal Analysis exam and an 80% on my Combinatorics and Graph Theory test. I’m really satisfied with my RSA score, not so much my CGT score.

I’m working on various research-related things right now which promise to absolutely destroy any chances at a life. It looks as though I’m going to be spending most of my week in the lab instead of going home at normal hours.

This weekend I’m heading to Kentucky for my goddaughter’s birthday party and then the following weekend I guess I’m going to Columbus since Kevin is coming up from Virginia Tech. My car hates me right now. Four out of the last seven weekends I’ve driven more than 250 miles to go see people.

Alarm 3.5.10 Bug?

I’ve received a report of a bug in Alarm 3.5.10 which causes the program to freeze when it is sounding and is switching between songs on the playlist. If anyone is dealing with this problem, please send an email to immediately with a description of your computer system specifications. Obviously I want to fix this as soon as possible.