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I found this parking meter at Princess Auto yesterday. Made by POM Inc., this meter is called the PPM.
I got it to work by adding a rubber band with just enough tension to depress the turn-detect lever when the lever is turned. The meter has knobs where a tensioned spring was attached. I'll have to find a decent spring somewhere.
Here's a command I wrote for DS lib, it goes in as /secure/cmds/admins/diffit.c and responds to the "diffit" and "help diffit" commands.
Steps to use:
With much anticipation, here is my SQL code: it allows both blocking and non-blocking SQL sockets to be used simultaneously. I've tried to be very verbose in my commenting, and I will include some examples later on, too.
This stuff works to the best of my knowledge. If not, leave me a comment and I'll try to look at it.
This how-to is still in testing. I got it to work, however, the how-to may not be totally complete or correct. Please let me know how it works for you.
These sites lure MSN users by pretending to be your buddies, messaging you a convincing link to their "photo gallery", into which you must put your MSN username and password to gain access to see your friend's photos. As soon as you put in your username and password, the sites log in with them, and send
further spam to everyone on your buddy list.
Ok, so maybe it's more suited to a different MIDIbox, say, maybe a SEQ, but this box does have sleek lines, plenty of access in the back, and a built-in 12V, 5V, -12V AC/DC power supply.
A picture of me posing next to the conquered engine, after 175,000 miles of service to previous owners. I bought the car with a blown headgasket, and decided after stripping the engine that it would be safer (less risky) to put in a whole new (rebuilt) engine. So.. Out it goes!