At http://www.oppedahl.com/arduino/ you can see a writeup of my project to measure the day's high and low outdoor temperatures. This project works (you can see the functioning web page at http://wx1.oppedahl.com:81/), but to get it to work I had to comment out lots of features that I wish I could have included. The code that I wrote (which is my first real coding since the days of FORTRAN and BASIC) is "brittle". If I add a few seemingly harmless "print" statements, the code gets flaky when I run it.
I assume that I made one of those errors that newbies make, like referencing a place in an array that is beyond the boundaries of the array, the kind of thing that C compilers don't catch.
Anyway, there is a reward for the first person who finds my "array pointer out of range" problem, or whatever my stupid mistake was.
Thanks for listening.