Why did my phone's alarm either not go off or wake me up on time this morning?
And more importantly, when I turned it on, why was it asking me for a password? (I have a PIN on my SIM card, but this wasn't prompting me for that)
After trying every password it could possibly be, I did a reset, and fortunately, the password prompt went away.
So either there's a weird bug in Windows Mobile 6, I set a password on it in my sleep (unlikely), or someone else did this (also unlikely).
The last thing I did before I turned out the light was to confirm that the alarm was set (so there wasn't a password set then), so this is very odd.
I've traditionally used a paper diary to record my daily work activities. At our team meetings, I then use this to report what I've been doing in the last week.
I leave the diary on my desk at work, so one problem is when I work at home, I need to try and remember the next day what I did.
I considered another blog for this purpose, but all I need is somewhere private that I can record short notes. Even better if they get timestamped.
The two possible candidates that I'm trialling are Google Notebook and Twitter.
Twitter kind of makes sense, except that I generally don't want these notes to be public, so if it isn't possible to keep them private then Notebook will probably win out.
We'll see if I prefer online to offline, but at least my typing is easier to read (and faster to enter) than my handwriting :-)
Microsoft have published the "Released To Web" version of the Web Deployment Projects. I haven't tried it out yet, but it should fix the problems with the CTP from November/December.
On Friday, I joined in with 3,399 other cyclists to take part in the Challenge Tour from Mannum to Strathalbyn. It's a chance to ride one of the same legs that the Pros do in the Tour Down Under race (though at a considerably slower pace!)
As in 2007, I rode with the "Mud, Sweat and Gears" team. This time we managed all meet up at the end and get some group photos.
I rode with my Dad, and we completed the 134km ride in about 6 hours (about the same as last year). However, unlike last year we did manage to ride under the finishing arch this time!
I think Dad's regular Saturday morning rides with the other guys from the team paid off, as I found unless we were coasting downhill that I was having to chase him most of the time.
It did get pretty warm towards the end of the ride (33°C with not much breeze) and I was a bit dehydrated after the race.
We did get to watch the Pros come into Strathalbyn, and saw the unfortuntate incident of Matthew Hayman getting head-butted off of his bike in the final 300 metre sprint to the finish. He's had surgery and should be back on his bike in a week - wow.
AdelaideNow have some more photos of the event, and if that's not enough, the team organiser Gavin (who just happens to run In The Picture Productions) has posted some video onto YouTube.
Yes, that's me peddling madly at around 1:16 :-)