Dave Horner's Website - Yet another perspective on things...
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Happy 2007!

Tuesday, 02 January 2007 19:14

Wow, time moves fast. 2006 turned out to be a real nice year. Christmas 06 was really nice, Noah figured out what a present was and how to unwrap them. So it was a lot more fun to watch :).

Have a Happy New Year!

--Dave, Dayna, and Noah

Ideas on VR with my limited knowledge of what is ahead.

Tuesday, 03 October 2006 11:24

Ideas and concepts on VR with focus on augmented reality

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Summer update 06

Saturday, 05 August 2006 09:39

webcam pic Summer has been crazy. We've been very busy, Noah is saying his first words.... daddy and mama. This picture is from a webcam we had while I was away on a work trip. --Dave

Welcome to 2006.

Monday, 16 January 2006 20:53

2005 was a good year Noah turned one, he started walking and is learning new things everyday.  He loves our new puppy Hurley that we bought him for Chirstmas.  Hurley is a puggle, which is a pug mixed with a beagle (look for photos in the gallery).

The house is coming along, we finally got our furniture and we really like it.  We've almost painted every room in the house and replaced every major appliance.

Dayna and I are both really busy finishing up school.  We are both in our last year.

--Dave, Dayna, and Noah

Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 22:09


So its been a while, but we are still here!

Tuesday, 26 April 2005 19:25

Hey everyone!  It has been six months since our last update.  We are really doing great.  Noah is getting BIG!  He's started to eat baby food in addition to his normal bottles.  Dayna and I couldn't be happier.  The house is coming along, we've now painted four rooms.  Our next improvement is all new furiture which we ordered a month ago!  So we are patiently (all, I guess I have to be patient) waiting.  We had photos of Noah taken professionally, as well as a family picture of us all.  Check em out in our gallery.

--Dave & Dayna

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Noah is HERE!

Tuesday, 02 November 2004 21:06

After nine months of waiting, Noah David Horner is finally here!  He was born on Oct. 16th 2004 @ 10:59pm.  Noah weighed  9 lbs 5 oz and was 21 inches long.  The labor itself was about 14 hours long.

He's been home now for 2 and a half weeks.  Healthy and happy. :)

I've uploaded some new pictures.  Try the slideshow or browse the photos.

Dayna and I couldn't be more happy.

--Dave, Dayna, and now... Noah.

Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 19:40


Back from Summer Trip of 04

Sunday, 05 September 2004 22:27

We went to North Carolina for Chris and Leslie's wedding on Aug. 14th.  Pictures are here.  On the way there we decided to go to Fl. to visit family.  It was a fun time.  Dayna and I swam in the ocean.  We still haven't picked up our professional wedding photos.  We'll post em when we get em.

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Wedding was picture book perfect.

Saturday, 24 July 2004 00:31

Dayna and I would like to thank everyone for coming to our wedding!  The wedding and reception went off without a single hitch.  It will certainly be a day to remember for both of us.  We've uploaded the pictures given to us by our friends and family... so take a look.  I suggest using the slideshow.  If you have any other pictures please let us know.  In the next few weeks we'll be uploading the professional pictures our photographer took as well as home videos.

Again, thank you so much for making our day a special one.  Thank you for your generous gifts and thank you for being part of our lives.  We are lucky to have so many great friends and family.

David and Dayna Horner

Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 22:10


Its a BOY!

Monday, 21 June 2004 21:56

Today we went to see the OB for our first ultrasound.  The baby looks healthly (at least to us, the docter has yet to respond) and it is a boy!  Dayna and I are very excited, we had both been hoping for a boy!  I scanned the ultrasound pictures and put them up in my gallery.  Take a look!  We also were quite surpised by the estimated due date of Oct. 11, 2004.  Up until today we thought the baby was about 20wks, this new information puts the baby at about 24wks.

Fun times ahead, we are just praying for a healthly child and a easy delivery now!

--Dave & Dayna

Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 23:05


Thank you for your kind words.

Wednesday, 02 June 2004 10:40

Dayna and I would like to thank everyone for writing us on the website.  (Using the contact link)  We are working hard to get our new house in order.  Who would have thought moving into a new house would be so much work?  Electrical problems have been fun!  But things are coming along nicely.  Look for updated pictures of our house in the future.

Thanks for coming.
--Dave and Dayna

Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 23:06


Closing on Friday.

Monday, 17 May 2004 23:19

Dayna and I are really excited because we will be closing on our house this Friday!  I'm most excited because I can finally move my stuff into a house and know I don't have to move again in a year.  This excitement will pass soon I'm sure because there will be a lot of work getting the new house in shape.  But I suppose that will be fun as well.

Research is going well.  I've got the NIOS board jumping, whistling, and doing tricks.  I'm really excited about my new developments.  Look for more information in my projects section as it becomes available.


Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 23:06


Some new news is good news

Friday, 30 April 2004 20:14

Here we go! I'm now blogging get ready to read mind numbing ramblings from yet another internet user with things to say but who cares ;)   I've been looking into developing my own website software for quite sometime.  But I've got so many projects that I can't seem to find the time to tie my own shoe let alone maintain my own website software.  So, the answer seems to be blogging.  Instead of trying to keep content up by editing php scripts or database entries.  I'll use the blogger software already written.  Easier for me to get up and running anyway.  I know I'll need to write custom stuff so it will be nice to have the source.  --Dave

Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2018 23:11