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Duncan Mackenzie has too much time on his hands

February, 2003

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    New Coding4Fun column is up...

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    Background Copying Summary: Duncan Mackenzie describes how to build a tool that uses the Background Intelligent Transfer Service features of Microsoft Windows XP to download large files over slow or intermittent links. http://msdn...
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    DateTimePicker and DBNull

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    You can’t bind a Windows Forms DateTimePicker to a field that might contain DBNull… so I did this; public class DBDateTimePicker:DateTimePicker { public DBDateTimePicker() { // // TODO: Add constructor logic here // ...
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    Googlism

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    There goes that column idea....

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    This blog post has moved to my new site: There goes that column idea....
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    A Blog? What was I thinking?

    This post has moved to my new site. New URL: A Blog? What was I thinking?
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    Interesting phrase...

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    This post has moved to my new site: Interesting phrase...
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    Hubzilla

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    I only have one firewire device, my camcorder, and 2 ports on my machine... but I think I should get this anyway... the eyes light-up when it is connected to your 1394 port! Now, if they had one that was a network hub, it would be cool and I might...
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    A Burning Desire

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    Every time I go to a computer/electronics store I consider buying some mini-CD-Rs , but I have absolutely no reason to get them. But, I still look at them every time. I just want to burn something on them. Something that would fit into 210mb, something...
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    Grinding the Gears

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    Whenever I shut down my laptop, it is a very painful experience... one by one I watch a series of programs die a painful death, as they refuse to shut down gracefully. The error messages about "Windows Stations" that are closing are very useful, but...
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