Well, the AirPort has risen from it's own ashes and appears to be working now. It's been up for 13 hours now without any problems. It's really cool how the bridging "just works" for my network. Now all I have to do is flash the firmware on my wireless network cards(later this morning) and I can use my iPAQ for everything it was meant to be used for. I'm pretty excited. I should be getting the serial cable in a few days so I can try installing Linux on it. I wonder if there's a way to put Linux on a CF card instead of writing to the iPAQs flash... Hmm, that's how I boot Linux on my WorkPad z50. I'll have to look into that.
Not a whole lot going on in the programming front lately. My driver for the TrackIR is at a standstill(waiting for some more hardware from ECT so I can get multiple devices working). The code is very simple, so there haven't been any bugs to fix in a while.
Living on the plains some times really sucks. I haven't been able to ride my bike at all this week because of storms or harsh winds. Oh well, it can't last forever.