Posts Tagged ‘3D-Calc’

 

So, as it has come to moving house (albeit only accross campus), I was faced with the startling realisation of just how many DVDs I have. To save space, I long ago decided to discard keeping the individual cases in favour of bulk folders – with the benefit that several hundred DVDs now fit on half a shelf.¬†However, it was only when running through them, making sure that everything was present and correct for moving, just how difficult it was to find anything in paticular. There was no system. Time then, to undertake that most loathed of tasks, creating a digital catalogue system for my movie collection, yay! Just like being back on the first year of my Software Engineering course many years ago…

To make the task a little more paletable I decided to create and run it on the TT, using Phoenix. And this made me think just how much I do use my TT as a daily system. Most of my university assignments are written on it, using Papyrus X. Scanning and image editing for same asignemnts is done using GT-Look2 and Photoline. Graphing of data is handled by 3D-Calc, and Phoenix handles my inevitable database requirements. So, how does a standard Single TOS setup on a stock TT meet those requirements in 2012? (more…)