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  • Blog Post: New ImageResizer build (801) - Added quick-resize from the menu

    Download page Small addition to the shell extension for resizing the images: You can now quickly resize images w/o going through the UI and choosing options. Note that you will need to set your defaults the first time you do this. Also note that any option that automatically overwrites images...
  • Blog Post: Image Resizer Download Page

    Image Resizer has moved. You can find the downloads here.
  • Blog Post: Vista Time Saver: Copy full file name to clipboard from Explorer.

    Thought I'd drop a line, since this is a feature I have been looking for FOREVER and never got around to writing it myself. In Vista, if you Shift-Right Click a file name in explorer, it will give you an option called "Copy As Path". Selecting that, will place the full name of the file (including...
  • Blog Post: Abusing my poor pregnant wife. Pictures Inside!

    My wife is at the last stages of her pregnancy - and she's HUGE. We decided to have a bit of fun before the little creature that's inside her tries to claw it's way out. This is what we came up with: For my homies who root for Hapoel Tel Aviv: This is me reenacting...
  • Blog Post: Just finished giving the Excel Services DevCon demo.

    Just finished doing the DevCon demo together with Danny Khen. People seemed to really like what we showed them. In the next couple of days I will start adding a lot of the stuff we showed there to the blog with step-by-step instructions on what things actually do.
  • Blog Post: What's the bloody point? American Express Gift Card...

    So I'm standing in a safeway, at the register. There's an American Express $100 gift card. You pay $105 for it ($5 fee), and get a $100 gift card that can be used anywhere.. Maybe it's a culture gap thing. I have only been in the US for 4 years.. But wouldnt it be better to just give someone $105...
  • Blog Post: Another DRM legistlation. Wonder where it will stop.

    As reported in Slashdot (and other places): http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/12/19/088241&from=rss Basically, making legistlation to close the loophole that will currently allows analog copying of digital copyrighted matirial (I am oversimplifying, but you get the idea) - the D2A2D...
  • Blog Post: I never knew how protected I was from spam.. Until somebody changed the winisp filters...

    In the past 24 hours I have been getting spam emails at a rate of one per minute on my non-ms email (if you just woke up, that's about 720 emails in 12 hours). Outlook junk filter was able to filter about 30% of them but the rest landed in my inbox. In a reply to a support request I sent to my email...
  • Blog Post: Copy (Ctrl-C) works in Message Boxes

    This feature has been working since windows 2k or early versions of XP, and still many people do not know about it. If you have a Message Box showing, and you want to copy its contents, you can just Ctrl-C when the window is focused - you will hear a beep and the contents of the Message Box (including...
  • Blog Post: Mailbox too big? MSN Desktop search to the rescue.

    In our internal exchange system, MS has various limits on email size, depending on what server you happen to reside on (true beta servers tend to not have any limit. More stable servers tend to have an upper limit in the vicinity of 500mb). If you are as disorganized as me, one of the things you need...
  • Blog Post: Why does this spelling mistake bother me so much?

    Not being a native English speaker, makes me less critical about other peoples spelling. However, there's one spelling mistake that just makes me cringe whenever I see it. Now, because I spend at least some of my internet time in forums, that means I see that word quite a bit. The word is Your . What...
  • Blog Post: A new blog comes to life!

    I know this is very exciting to the multitudes that are reading this. You probably cannot contain you excitment. Well, try. It's quite unbecoming. Introductions are in order I guess. My name is Shahar, I work for Microsoft, on the finally-not-top-secret Excel Server product. We can't really write...
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