UPDATE Wow, check out the privacy
policy for Google Web
Accelerator… On second thought maybe I’ll hold off on installing that.
I started off planning to write a quick installer for a little something
I’m working on. Unhappy with the limited abilities of Visual Studio’s
Setup and Deployment project, I finally started playing with
You’ve heard CSS purists beat it into you over and over again that
“Tables are bad,
umkaaay?”. But man, what a pain when you’re trying to do something as
simple as a web form and you want the labels to align to the right and
the controls to align to the left.
I once said he missed the point with Farhenheit
9/11 and he linked to
my criticism (bringing with it a lot of traffic). I appreciated and
respected that he could see my post as an attack on his position and not
a personal attack.
I know I’m late to the
game, but since I rely on Netflix, I’m always watching movies long after
the general population has seen them. However, we just finished watching
the documentary “The
and I couldn’t recommend it more if you haven’t seen it already.
This is too funny to pass up. Apparently some remixers have sliced and
diced Bush’s snippets of Dubya speaking into a song that’s a mix of John
Lennon’s Imagine and Lou Reed’s Walk on the Wild Side.
Well I didn’t get much of an on topic response to my
question of whether
readers would be bothered by ads in an RSS feed, but I did get into a
nice chat about hosting at home verse with a service. Apparently Robb
Allen has enough computers at
home to supply a third-world country. Think about it Robb? They can
really use it. ;)
This past weekend Akumi and I headed over to the downtown flower mart to
purchase some plants. We came home with a couple money trees and some
bamboo for my office.
UPDATE: Mea culpa! Maurice pointed out
that (except for the casing) my original expression WAS correct. I only
RegexOptions.SingleLine option. I didn’t need to add the
(\s|\n) everywhere. Here’s a corrected post. Thanks Maurice!
I’m chatting with my buddy Micah who will ask me a question and then
annoyingly answer it himself immediately after. For example, he asked me
how FireFox picks up an icon from web pages. I replied that there’s a
favicon protocol but that I didn’t know the details. He then proceeded
to explain how to format the link tag properly.
One thing I’ve found annoying at times with the DataGrid control is
there’s no way to specify a title to be displayed above the headers.
Being lazy, I often resorted to adding a label above the data grid
followed by a br tag.
In some circles, today’s a very special
day. And 4:20 today is
a special time for this special day. If your coworker has a serious need
to take a smoke break around 4 o’clock today and comes back with a lot
of munchies, you know what’s up.