Scott Guthrie has returned to
blogging with a tremendous
on his team’s effort towards reaching “ZBB” or Zero Bug Bounce.
Just watch the whole thing. It’s not that long and you won’t be sorry.
Jonathan de Halleux, aka Peli, never
ceases to impress me with his innovations within
MbUnit. In case you’re not familiar with
MbUnit, it’s a unit testing framework similar to
Saw this on
It’s bigger and not as nice looking as an iPod, but it is 100 GB.
My friend Michael who lives in London for now sent me this.
Allow users to configure Google Desktop to search their GMail accounts.
Most of my personal email isn’t going to be in Outlook. It’ll be in my
After reading the reaction
around the net about Google Desktop (GD for short), one common complaint
I noticed is the use of a web browser for local searching. Why use a web
browser to search locally and forego all the utility and benefits a rich
client can provide?
A strange phenomena occurred last night and into this morning here in
Los Angeles. I kid you not, but water… fell from the SKY!
by Craig Andera about Test Driven Development and I have to say I
completely agree with him.
Saw this going around the web.
Time to get political. I loved how Kerry caught Bush off-guard when he
pointed out that in 2002, Bush said he wasn’t concerned with
Realize this is at the same time our troops were in Afghanistan looking
for the bastard. I think that beats the out of context “nuisance” quote
by a mile, because even in context, Bush’s quote is damning.
Colin sent me an email
pointing me to an add-in he
for VS.NET that allows you to copy selected source code to the clipboard
as syntax highlighted HTML.
points to a
blog posting by Erik
Speckman calling Google Desktop Search a disappointment. One complaint
that Google search only works with certain file formats. He wants to be
able to add plug-ins for file formats it doesn’t already understand.
By now you probably think I have an unhealthy obsession over the
TimedLock struct. Well, you’re right. I think it’s emblematic of the
right way to do things and shows that the right way isn’t always the
Heard on NPR this morning that Christopher
Reeves died of complications due
to a bed sore infection. I sincerely hope the legacy of his activism
Found this on Boing Boing.
School photos will never be the same. I always thought the point was to
PubSub is no longer around, so those links will be broken. I’ve written
that provides fresh opportunities for being a vain blogger.