Dan Crevier's Blog

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December, 2006

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    Five Things People Don't Know About Me

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    Omar tagged me to write up 5 things people don't know about me. Here we go: I have a PhD in Biophysics from Harvard. I've actually only had a few CS courses in my life... I've been programming computers since I was 9, but for some reason went into physics...
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    Inline Search in IE

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    Inline Search from IE Forge is a must have utility for Internet Explorer. It gives new FireFox-like inline search UI to IE and does find as you type. Find has also been a feature I haven't liked in IE. I can never figure out what it highlighted on the...
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    Good post on Yahoo! User Interface blog on web site performance

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    There's a good post on web site performance on the Yahoo! User Interface blog. It says it's part one in a series. I'm looking forward to the rest. The short version is that 10% of the time loading Yahoo!'s homepage is in loading the HTML and the rest...
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    What does runat="server" do for HTML controls

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    One thing I didn't fully understand when I first started using ASP.NET is exactly what runat="server" does. It sounds like some magical thing where code is running on the server for your control and not on the client. In some cases something like that...
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    Getting machine to go to sleep under Vista

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    I was having a strange problem getting my computer to go to sleep under Vista. When my laptop was not plugged in, it would go to sleep fine when I closed the lid. However, when my laptop was plugged in and I losed the lid, it would lock but not go to...
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    Playing with ASP.NET

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    I'm doing some ASP.NET work on my current project (more about that in the coming months). I've spent most of my life doing client side code, so it's taken me a little time to really wrap my head around what's happening with ASP.NET. It often seems like...
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