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Being a real geek I want a home that reacts to my voice (Enterprise anyone). So I started looking around what the state of the art in home automation is. Confusing is a mild expression what I found out there. There are many different standards and philophies available in the market. The good folks at Futurehomes helped me to bring light (pun intended) to the darkness of my knowledge. I finally settled on a combination of PLC Bus and X10.
Anthony and Ernest were quite exited, that they could switch on and off the lights in their room (we used the Sleeping-time-moon and the Story-telling-spotlight as gunea pigs). She-who-must-be-obeyed murmured something along the lines of "Boys and their toys". So some convincing needs to be done there.
Lessons learned so far:
Some of the passages in the song require local knowledge to be appreciated. A little background: The video was recorded at the Singapore parliament. The artist Mr. Brown produced during the recent general elections the "persistently non political podcast" since the government would have required registration and a permit for any political podcast. Episode 6 was the most famous of them all mocking some election incidents: Political aspirant, Jeff Lopez, the Man and His Ideas*, goes for lunch. And finds himself embroiled in a controversy focuses the spotlight on his very integrity and credibility. This audio podcast does not contain "persistent political content" because that is prohibited during the election period under the Singapore's Election Advertising Regulations.
Remember, prison got no broadband!
*"The Man and His Ideas" is a subtitle of a Lee Kuan Yew biography. LKY is Singapore's founding ?berfather.
doc.ComputeWithForm seems to be confusing for a lot of developers. The Designer Help states: Validates a document by executing the default value, translation, and validation formulas, if any are defined in the document form. No word about computed Fields. In Notes 4.6 they didn't work, which still can be a problem for some. Starting with R5 they compute even if sometimes it doesn't look like. Also some challenge and an odd behavior remains.
In a nutshell these are the facts you need to keep in mind when using doc.ComputeWithForm:
That pretty much sums it up.