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RE: NFC: Its contagious
You're one up on me, Sajjad.
I've actually been thinking of SimCity meets the Aquarium. :) Get to pick
out species, feeding patterns, food variety, etc. etc. etc. Just my idea.
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On Sun, 9 Apr 2000, Sajjad Lateef wrote:
> On Sun, 9 Apr 2000, D. Martin Moore wrote:
> > Quoth Chris Hedemark regarding RE: NFC: Its contagious:
> > > And when they are used, you get to use ALL the buttons.
> > > Speaking of UNIX... and to get back on topic... anyone know of any
> > > aquarium management proggy's for Linux? Just something to keep
> > > records in mostly.
> > I bet Sajjad could whip one up for you! What about Star Office -
> Strange you said that ... Ever since ChrisH mentioned that, I have been
> thinking of a web-based aquarium logbook. Nothing fancy. A person enters
> their name/password and get a spreadsheet like interface. They select from
> various drop down lists or type in their information and hit submit. It
> gets recorded to a log. The person can display the entire log for printing
> and there is a possibility of various reports. All records to be kept
> private, of course.
> Jay DeLong: Does nanfa.org allow cgi scripts? If NANFA can afford the disk
> space, I may be able to put something together.
> For those of you who maintain a logbook, would you please send me (via
> direct email) the format you use? Thanks!