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  • Roberdan

    Creating an Online RSS News Aggregator with ASP.NET

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    Creating an Online RSS News Aggregator with ASP.NET Learn about displaying XML data in an ASP.NET Web page using the XML Web control to retrieve remote XML data, and about using the Repeater control to emit XML data from a database. With the ever-increasing...
  • Roberdan

    Microsoft Office 2003 Infopath & SAP RFC/Webservice (THX to SAP)

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    THX to SAP: https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/weblogs.sdn?blog=/pub/wlg/780 Microsoft Office 2003 Infopath & SAP RFC/Webservice Durairaj Athavan Raja Company: Atos Origin Sep. 07, 2004 04:44 AM Permalink There is a nice and powerful MS office application...
  • Love that ASP.NET and SQL Server

    Down here at Borcon 2004

    Just down here in Sunny San Jose California working the exhibit hall for the Borcon conference. The major interest so far is the SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 stuff. Many people are aware of SQL Server but not so much as to what is new in the Engine and toolset...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    I love what they've done to blogs.msdn.com

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    Actually, i really don't. However, if you do like it please let me know. Seriously, if there is anything good about it tell me so I can get a balanced view of the pros/cons of this. Thanks!
  • Roberdan

    Tecnology News Map (try it!)

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    Visually analyze the current headlines in an easy to use single graphical view (beta) http://www.newsisfree.com/newsmap/tech.php
  • Cyrus' Blather

    I hate what they've done to blogs.msdn.com

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    I have the summaries, the lack of formatting, no pictures, having to visit each page in the browser (thus negating the use of an rss reader), etc. If you do/don't like the new format let me know and I'll send off the quotes to those in charge to see if...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Quick! Think fast

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    I have an urgent question that i need someone from the greater Seattle area to answer. I'm looking to find some really excellent buffalo wings that can be delivered or are to go. By excellent, i really mean excellent. Meaty, tasty, *HOT*. I want names...
  • Roberdan

    Chapter 11. eVoting (Tim Keller - via Extreme Democracy)

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    Chapter11. eVoting (Tim Keller) ------------------------------------ http://www.extremedemocracy.com/ "Extreme democracy" is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative...
  • Visual Studio Team System

    Q: For this release, can I use regional settings other than English (United States)?

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    A: No. As noted in the Visual Studio 2005 Team System Readme: 2.1.4 English Only Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Refresh with Visual Studio 2005 Team System has only been tested on English versions of the operating system, prerequisites (including Microsoft...
  • Roberdan

    Intranets Trends (from Line56.com)

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    1. Intranets return to the domain of the departments Over the last few years, as companies centralized their technology initiatives and consolidated their employee communication channels, most intranets gravitated from being below the radar department...
  • Roberdan

    RSS and info overload (THX to Knowldege Jolt with Jack)

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    An article by Robin Good from March of this year talks about Information Overload: The Future Of Search And Information Access . It's a collection of several thoughts around how information is found and provided. I found his thoughts about web feeds interesting...
  • Roberdan

    Six great ways to ruin a brainstorming session (THX to Knowledge Jolt with Jack)

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    Sixgreat ways to ruin a brainstorming session The InnovationTools newsletter has a fun article from Paul Sloane: Six great ways to ruin a brainstorming session Having no clear objectives Too homogenous of a group Letting the boss act as facilitator Allowing...
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