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A blog or web log is a personal web site made up of usually short, frequently up
dated posts that are arranged chronologically. The content and purposes of blogs
varies greatly from links and commentary about other web sites to observations
about news or politics, diaries, photos, poetry, essays, project updates, even f
iction. Blogs are a fast growing segment of the web. An article in the August 26
, 2002 Newsweek estimated the number of blogs at 500,000 with a new one coming o
nline every forty seconds.
We will make the following assumptions about users who plan to follow these inst
You have a personal computer with a connection to the Internet.
You have a personal email account.
You have a moderate amount of experience using the World Wide Web.
It is not necessary to know html to maintain a blog, but it is helpful if you wa
nt to customize it.
We will use the free web-based publishing Blogger and the free blog hosting serv
ice Blogspot.
1.) Go to the web site www.blogger.com. On the right hand side of the page, abou
t half way down you will see a blue box that says, Sign Up, (see Figure 1). In the
corresponding blanks, enter a username and password for yourself. Confirm your
NOTE: Remember your username and password. Write them down if necessary.
2.) In the next screen enter your first and last name and your email address. Th
en click the link to read the Terms of Service, and click the checkbox indicatin
g that you have. After entering this information, you will return to the Blogger
.com home page as a logged in user.
3.) On the right hand side of the home page you will see a blue box that says, Yo
ur Blogs, (See Figure 2). To start your blog, click where it says Create a new blo
g in the blue box. After your blog has been created, you will return here to upda
te it.
4.) You are now at a screen that prompts you to enter a title and brief descript
ion of your blog, (See Figure 3). Also it will ask you if you want this to be a

public blog. Enter your title, enter your description, choose public or not, cli
ck next. A public blog will be listed in the Blogger directory and might appear on
the recently updated list on the blogger.com home page. If you choose no, your P
rivate Blog will still be viewable to anyone on the internet.
5.) You are now given the option of hosting your blog at Blogspot or using Blogg
er to update a website hosted elsewhere, (See Figure 4). Make sure that Host it a
t Blogspot. Is selected and click next.
6.) Now you will choose an address for your blog and agree to the Blogspot terms
of service, (See Figure 5). It would be a good idea to use the same address as
the title you chose in step (4.)
NOTE: The address for your blog will follow the form:
Remember this address. Write it down if necessary.
The address for this set of instructions is http://bloginstructions.blogspot.com
/ Enter the address you would like to use in the appropriate blank, click the ch
eckbox next to I accept the Blogspot terms of service and click next.
7.) This screen offers you a selection of eight templates for your blog. (See Fi
gure 6). The template determines what your website will look like. Select one of
the templates and click Finished. Select one of these eight right now, but you ca
n change at any time to one of the many other templates available or even create
a custom one of your own.
8.) Now you are at the Blogger interface that you will use to update your blog f
rom now on. On this first visit, the following instructions will appear on the b
ottom half of the screen. I have copied and pasted them here for future referenc
Quick-Start Instructions
Posting: Enter text and/or HTML in the form field above and hit the post button
in the upper right. All posts will show up here.
Saving to your server: To transfer the latest version of your blog to your web s
ite, hit the "publish" button on the right of the black bar, above, or the "post
& publish" button in the toolbar at the top. (If there are no changes since you
r last save, the "publish" button will not appear.)
Editing: All posts that you have permission to edit (which is all posts created
by you, or, if you're an administrator of a collaborative blog, all posts) will
appear with an [edit] link. To get to older posts that are not showing up in thi
s frame, use the filter form on the right. This filter will not effect what appe
ars on your actual blog page.
NOTE: Your blog will not be published and therefore not viewable for the public
until you have published some text or html code.
Designed to be light-weight and modular, the PPT-650 series
Solar Peak Power Tracker (SPPT) offers scalable power
adaptation to meet the modern complex space mission
requirements for power output up to 650W per module. The
PPT-650 is highly configurable and flexible to adapt to different
solar power ranges. The module is provisioned to scan and
locate the global peak power point, and subsequently, operate
locally around the designated peak power.
Key Features
Light weight and modular to
meet challenging satellite

mass constraints
Highly flexible and adaptable
to meet demanding mission
power requirements, up to
Offers enhancement to power
effectiveness and efficiency
Scan, locate, and operate
around peak power point
Configurable to operate as
single module or as multiple
modules in parallel
Solar Peak Power Tracker (SPPT)
The PPT-650 is designed to operate as a single module or as
multiple modules in parallel, working independently to convert
power from the solar array to the battery clamped main bus.
Each PPT-650 is connected to a single solar array wing. The
module can be configured in different operational modes through
the RS422/485 interface.
PPT-650 Solar Peak Power Tracker
Upcoming Products
Empowering thru Innovation
PPT-650 Solar Peak Power Tracker (SPPT)
Technical Specifications
Power handling capacity
Solar Panel Voltage
Battery Voltage
Power Efficiency
Tracking Error
Estimated Mass
Module Interface
650 W (max)
2% rms
500 g
RS422 /485
ST Electronics (Satcom & Sensor Systems) Pte. Ltd.
1 Ang Mo Kio Electronics Park Road, #06-02, ST Engineering Hub, Singapore 567710
T: (65) 6521 7888 F: (65) 6521 7333 E: mktg_satcoms@stee.stengg.com
www.agilspace.com CERT NO.: 94-1-0033
ISO 9001 : 2008
PPT-650 Solar Peak Power Tracker
Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Rev. 140514
Here are some examples of great blogs to draw inspiration from:
Tony Pierce
James Lileks
Andrew Sullivan
Matt Welch
Ken Layne
Talking Points memo
And Finally:
My Personal Blog

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