Matt is an engineer with Hewlett-Packard in Corvallis, Oregon. He currently works on printhead testing and technology for future HP industrial printing products.
Taia works part-time at HP as a contract photolithography engineer. She also edits technical papers on a consulting basis.
A new section about vintage computing devices has been added. Additional subsections will be added over time.
Revised the script to handle changes required by upgrade to Python 3.
Added a wiki for use as a personal reference site. It is publicly-viewable, though. See it here: http://www.gelhaus.net/ref. Editing rights are limited to Taia and Matt.
We've added a true blog to Gelhaus.Net. This will primarily focus on the kids, at least at first. See it here: http://www.gelhaus.net/blog Username and password is the same as for the Photo Album.
2007-Dec 27 mjg
There is a new page about a popcorn mower I made as a Christmas present for our son Ronan. It is located in the Projects section.
2007-Jul 29 mjg
We added a page about our trip to Montana in the Photo Album.
2007-Jul 24 mjg
The truck is sold.
2007-Jun 24 mjg
We added a page about our recent trip to Crater Lake in the Photo Album.
I've added an experimental RSS feed for Ronan's page.
I consolidated the web site's various script functions into one "Grand Unified Script," and automated a few more things. This will simplify future updates, particularly when adding photo galleries. I've left the old scripts in place because I didn't want to update every bit of content on the site, and this way old stuff hopefully didn't break. Everything I've tested so far works well.
Ronan Karl Gelhaus was born! He has a page in the Photo Album which we plan to update frequently.
I have a truck for sale. See it here!
QuickTerm v1.01 was posted.
I posted my review of the Sharp Zaurus SL-C1000.
QuickTerm v1.0 was added to the Mac OS X section.
I added my new quickie SDL benchmark program for the Sharp Zaurus.
I upgraded the site to a new design that utilizes CSS and my own custom Python scripts for future design flexibility.