I’ve ported RunParticles, my app for animating GPS track logs, to Windows. The installer is available here. It has been tested on Windows 8.1.
RunParticles is a free, open source Mac application that animates many GPS track logs on a scrollable map. More information and download here.
I updated my Greasemonkey script that replaces the Bing Map with a Google Map in Garmin Connect. This version is made faster by completely disabling the Bing Map and it no longer fetches the map information twice. Additionally, I’ve fixed
Garmin Connect, a site I use to log my runs and bike rides, switched from Google Maps to Bing Maps back in November. Bing Maps’ coverage seems generally inferior to Google Maps and I think the maps just look better
When I was developing the NWSClient I had to collect the locations of National Weather Service weather stations, radar sites, and weather forecast offices. Here is the list of weather stations in Google Earth kml format and GPX. A subset
Around 6am EDT today the current conditions XML feed stopped updating. I notified NWS and I received the following reply: “There was a database cluster failure earlier this morning. System admins are working on the issue now. It should be
UPDATE: I’ve released versions 1.14 and 1.15 which fixes the problem with the decimal temperature not displaying properly. Ugh. This has been a crazy week for my little Blackberry weather app. The National Weather Service has decided to change the
I’ve made a version of NWSClient for the Blackberry Storm. It is identical to version 1.0 except it has been built for OS v4.7 and the over-the-air install will not make the Storm run the application in “compatibility mode,” as