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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Death star

    Here's a description . From Bad Astronomy Blog
  • Tim Sneath

    The Original Xbox isn't Dead Yet

    The natural life of our family Xbox has been extended a little further... If you want to get hold of the Xbox 360, I'm going to guess that the 15-mile radius around Redmond, WA is not a great place to live. Contrary to a few rumors I've heard floating...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Offtopic - XBOX 360 - where are you?

    Well I did everything a good consumer could do... I preordered my XBOX 3600 on August 24th as soon as it was available on Today was launch day - not a sign of my 360 - Amazon have just emailed me to apologise for the fact they don't know...
  • Aali's blog

    Vuosi täynnä

    Teuvon blogista huomasin että mullakin on vuosi tullut täyteen (eka postaus 17.11.2004) jokin aika sitten.
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    MSN Mobile new services - Live Mail and Live Search

    If you haven't been to MSN Mobile in a while - head on over to and check out a couple of new 'beta' services. Firstly there is the Windows Live Mail beta which gives a rich but bandwidth friendly email client. If you are interested...


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  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Using the Databar feature with real data

    I received an email with some sales figures in a table. I just pasted it into a new VFP program, added about 6 lines of code (below), then pasted the code from Excel's new gradient Data Bar feature is cool: you can do it too! After a couple minor adjustments...
  • Rob Caron

    Team System Wins 3 Testers Choice Awards

    Team System won the top votes in several categories (Defect/Issue Management, SCM/Build Management and .NET Test & Performance) of this year’s Testers Choice Awards. I can’t wait to see the results for the 2006 Software Test & Performance magazine...
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    Enterprise Library Update

    December is here, and I know that a lot of you are getting anxious for an update on Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0. So here’s the latest: We are now code complete on all blocks (with the exception of Cryptography), including all of the designtime...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Julie Lerman at!

    Julie Lerman, one of the newest INETA speakers (and a longtime INETA volunteer), and a veteran of our first Mid-Atlantic Code Camp , will be at the user group in Newport News, VA next Tuesday, to talk about ADO.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005...
  • William J. Steele's WebLog

    Just in time for Christmas...

    I just received my Solar T62 Turbine Engine. ;-) Now... I just wish I had time to go play with it. In case you didn't see my earlier post... I purchased a BD-5 Mini Jet sans engine. The BD5 is the same plane that James Bond flew in the opening scene of...
  • mstehle: The CDOs and CDONTS of Messaging Development

    FYI: Getting Started with WebDAV

    WebDAV can be a little cumbersome to work with. To be honest I'm never thrilled to use it, but that is only because of the way you interface with Exchange using WebDAV. WebDAV is a protocol, not an API. It is an extension of HTTP and provides more request methods to allow us to get information out of Exchange and change information within it. We have a lot of technologies at our disposal for Messaging developments so it is always important to be reminded of when to use what technology. Here...
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