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    Caller ID for E-Mail Spec

    There's a page up for information related to Caller ID for E-Mail . From the page: Caller ID for e-mail would verify that each e-mail message originates from the Internet domain it claims to come from. Eliminating domain spoofing will help legitimate...
  • Omar Shahine

    Problem with cell phone reception?

    Get your own indoor repeater for $500.
  • Yves Dolce

    gcroot template performance

    Regarding my earlier post about a native type safe wrapper for a managed enumerator, I received the following comment from a developer in the Visual C++ group: One nit about these wrapper classes that you might want to be cognizant of is the small...
  • Brad Abrams

    Fun with Generics in Whidbey

    I thought I’d share a little of my “app building” fun with you folks. Just for giggles I wrote a command line tool that lists the most frequent commentors on CLR related blogs. Most of the code is screen scraping and not that interesting...
  • William Adams' WebLog

    Coax Capabilities Come to Computer

    So, This past weekend, I pushed further ahead with my home office rearrangement project. Having detreasured the downstairs, and having move my center of computing upstairs, there was just one more thing to move. I left one of the computers downstairs...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Exciting Times

    The KDE Quality Team was covered on Slashdot today. Maybe working in a test org makes me biased, but this is a great concept for the open source world, and one of the missing links for OSS IMO. Some of the tasks, like writing documentation, may fall out...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    Responding to the Change Event of a NamedRange View Control

    Have you ever wanted to write code to respond to data changes in a Microsoft Office Excel range? In Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System, Version 2003, ranges do not have events. What you have to do is write code in the Change...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    SailNOW Graduate!

    This entry is a departure from my other entries, in that it has 0 to do with computers. Please comment on whether you liked it or not. I've just completed the SailNOW! program at the Center for Wooden Boats . I've been wanting to sail for about 8 years...
  • hari's WebLog

    SDK Home Page

    I've been working on the SDK “home page” for the last couple of days and trying to figure out what should be on the default page that loads up when the user starts the SDK. I've come up with a couple of things that I think would be useful...
  • Tim Sneath

    How to Write a Compelling Mission Statement...

    Thanks to Private Eye for pointing out this fantastic mission statement on the Lake Geneva Forum website. See how many words you can read before it blurs into incomprehensibility! Our Challenge: Providing a neutral platform of discourse to capture...
  • load of tosh

    Intl. Safe URLs to Outlook Web Access Modules

    KC posted an OWA tip from me on loc-independent URLs to OWA views on the Exchange blog. Have to blog one's self, geesh.
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    New Column - different methods of dynamic dispatch.

    My most recent column went live on MSDN today. It discusses different methods of dynamic execution of code. Executive summary: Avoid Type.InvokeMember() if you can. [Update: One of my readers sent me an article with some additional timings]
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