Bedrock BioRhythm
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Biorhythm is the system of three basic human cycles. The physical, emotional and intellectual energies are based upon your birthday. Using your birthday as the starting point, biorhythms can determine the pattern of your high and low energy days in each of these three attributes.

There are three secondary energies: Passion, Mastery, and Wisdom. These are the mix of each two attributes combined. The combined energy can tell you how your patterns interact with each other.

This real-time interactive widget is sure to help you plan the weeks coming by fitting your life to your
What's New
changed the colors and mappings, added checkbox text toggles
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Anonymous reviewed on 31 Aug 2005
Website is apparently offline
[Version 1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 06 Aug 2005
Needs to be resizeable to be bigger, as do many widgets.
[Version 1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Aug 2005
it didnt want to show me any secondary cycles. otherwise, nice.
[Version 1.1]

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Anonymous commented on 04 Aug 2005
You need to turn them on from the back of the widget.

Brad
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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Aug 2005
Amusing and neat. And useful, I suppose, if you believe in that stuff (which I...uh, don't). The implementation is smooth. I don't really care for the non-aqua-y window appearance, but then again, that's pretty much the norm with widgets. Anyway, it doesn't look really bad, and the graph looks good. I wish it were resizable, though (another problem I have with most widgets).
[Version 1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Jul 2005
I haven't looked at the scientific basis for biorhythms. Please check it out and if you find anything then please post it here
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Jul 2005
I just tried BiorhythmX and this wdgt, but they don't give me the same readings at all. Is there some kinda scientific background to this or it's just BS?
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 19 Jul 2005
I just ran through a battery of test dates. from Jan 1905 to 1990 and all months. I tested the widget against the biorhythm website http://www.facade.com/biorhythm/

All my tests came out perfectly. What is the date that you are having problems with?

The scientific basis I am not sure about. Do some research on the web.
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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Jul 2005
you know, writing a complex widget is not easy. Dissing the author who has freely dedicated a portion of his life to such endeavors is not very cool. People take advantage of this fact from nearly ever developer of widgets. I feel that given that it is free, I am allowed to promote my software and get angry when people post idiotic comments that make bizarre assumptions about my software instead of emailing me to resolve the issue(s). People freak out like this on me all the time. I just wish users would ask me instead of assuming things.

This whole thing seems so petty. LOL. yeah. if you are in question about this widget... ANY widget, email the author!!! I command you! HA
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 19 Jul 2005
huh? - no idea what you're talking about... developer spending too much time on MU maybe? ;)
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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Jul 2005
Just because I'm paranoid, doesn't mean that you're not out to get me! ;-)


Anyway, why not simply disarm any potental fears with a little info, instead of 'freaking out' yourself?

You bloddy well know the apprehension that the internet inspires these days. Perhaps it's YOUR duty to make it known what your software does, instead of blaming your users 'cuz they couldn't find your buried disclaimers.

Your attitude will insure that I continue to use BiorhythmX 1.8.1 instead.
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 18 Jul 2005
That is a decent program. I advocate it as well. Use what you feel you want to use. It's a freebie widget. I don't get anything from you or anyone else using it or not using it. I find it hard to believe that people can't connect "Auto Check for Update" with a hit on the internet. I want to believe that everyone gets this concept. Call me an optimist.

Disclaimer: Using this widget can can cause chronic coughing, insanity, hair loss, gangrene, hearing loss, nausea, balnce problems, sleeplessness, nervpus ticks, uncontrollable shaking, pain in the left buttock, skin discoloration, weight gain & loss, short term memory loss, RSI, and back spasms.

You have been warned. ;)
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Anonymous commented on 18 Jul 2005
I was wondering about that left buttock. It tickles SO BAD. :'(
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Anonymous commented on 19 Jul 2005
[pain in the left buttock]

So, it's your Widget that has been causing my Sciatica? I've never use your widget, so it must be harming me thru' internet osmosis. ;-)

Thankfully Doctor McN. has prescribed Cyclobenzaprine. ;-)

[That is a decent program. I advocate it as well. Use what you feel you want to use. It's a freebie widget.]

Your gift could possibly be more fully appreciated, if you helped removed the 'feelings' of 'what's the catch?'

[I don't get anything from you or anyone else using it or not using it.]

Maybe a trifle of glory? Resumé credit? The feeling of giving?

[I find it hard to believe that people can't connect "Auto Check for Update" with a hit on the internet.]

I've discovered that many folks don't know about the flip option with widgets. You're a Widget pioneer. And, unfortunately you are burdened with the community's education.

[I want to believe that everyone gets this concept. Call me an optimist.]

Help us help you help us. Besides, your optimism and a 1.19 gets you a value burger. ;-)
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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Jul 2005
A great piece of software! And fairies are real!

*sigh*
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 18 Jul 2005
just as you believe in fairies, I believe in a large bunny. Frank says the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes, and 12 seconds.
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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Jul 2005
Does the biorythm thing slick and looks nice.

Don't really care for all the built-in advertising, though. A site-link? Okay, but advertising all your products? Nah.
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 18 Jul 2005
this is why it is a separate section. Besides, if you like this software then wouldn't that suppose that you would like my other stuff?
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Type:Internet : Browsers
License:Free
Date:03 Aug 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Biorhythm is the system of three basic human cycles. The physical, emotional and intellectual energies are based upon your birthday. Using your birthday as the starting point, biorhythms can determine the pattern of your high and low energy days in each of these three attributes.

There are three secondary energies: Passion, Mastery, and Wisdom. These are the mix of each two attributes combined. The combined energy can tell you how your patterns interact with each other.

This real-time interactive widget is sure to help you plan the weeks coming by fitting your life to your energies. Enter your birthday and follow your energy...


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