Microsoft reverses its position on anti-discrimination bill
From Scoble’s blog we hear that…Read More
Microsoft Gives Me the Warm and Fuzzies
Scoble has posted Steve Ballmer’s email on public policy engagement and outlines the thought process behind the reversal.Read More
Google Web Accelerator Can Mess With Your Web App
Greaaat. Another thing to worry about as a developer. You’ve deployed your slick new Wiki or some other web app and Google comes along and starts deleting content. ;)Read More
Correcting Inaccuracies. Getting Involved in Subtext.
Ken Robertson points out some minor inaccuracies (none intentional) in my announcement about Subtext concerning Community Server.Read More
Anybody Know of a Control for Building .NET SqlConnection Strings?
I’m looking for a Windows Forms control or dialog used to both parse and build connection strings by walking the user though selecting a server, database, etc…Read More
You Have To Love Irony
This quote from Sharp as a Marble just cracks me up.Read More
What To Do When CVS Fails to Create Lock Directory
I’m posting this in the hopes that it helps someone out there with the same problem because I just KNOW how often you’re adding files using CVS. It’s the little spark that gets your juices flowing while sitting at work daydreaming about how much you can’t wait to use CVS again.Read More
This document describes the goals for future versions of Subtext as well as a plan for achieving them. The goals for this roadmap are the following:Read More
Announcing Subtext, A Fork Of .TEXT For Your Blogging Pleasure
- The implicit or metaphorical meaning (as of a literary text)\
- A story within the story.
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Talk About Getting Sidetracked
How to Have the Benefits of Tables and Eat Your CSS Cake Too
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.Read More
Happy Birthday to Dave
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.Read More
Watch "The Corporation"
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 Corporation” and I couldn’t recommend it more if you haven’t seen it already.Read More
Using Embedded Resources for Client Script Blocks in ASP.NET
A while ago Patrick Cauldwell highlighted a wonderful technique of using embedded resources for unit testing with external files.Read More
Too funny to pass up. President Bush Pays Tribute to John Lennon.
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.Read More
Give Readers a Choice on RSS Ads
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. ;)Read More
In my comments, Barrywinces at the relevance of some Ad Sense ads he sees.Read More
New Plants for the Office
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.Read More
Google AdSense in RSS Ineffective?
As you’ve probably heard, Google is testing AdSense within RSS on a single site.Read More