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December, 2004

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    Do you eat your digital pics RAW…

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    …or do you cook them until they’re JPEG? I had a great time talking to Matt and James at Interwoven today about RAW image formats. (Sorry if I went overboard guys!) You see, we all have digital SLRs and were pondering the usefulness of RAW images. My...
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    Speaking of digital photography

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    Just seconds after making my last post I came across: Digital camera sales booming - http://www.cnn.com/2004/TECH/ptech/12/16/digital.cameras.reut/index.html . Of course this article mentions "click-to-click speed" as the most prevelant compaint digital...
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    This *is* the camera I am looking for...Excuse me?

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    After years of drooling over this or that digital camera (SLR) I FINALLY have one of my own. Better yet, it was a present!!!! I now have a brand, spankin’ new Canon 20D complete with vertical batter grip, extra batteries, remote switch, and a 2GB Sandisk...
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    Getting a NullReference Exception Generating WSDL for your Remoted Object?

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    Maybe you didn’t know, but you can generate a WSDL document for your remote object fairly easily. You can generate the contract XML directly or you can use soapsuds.exe to generate a proxy dll that you can share with your consumers. All you have to do...
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    RegAsm error: Cannot write to the registry key.

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    C:\Temp \ClassLibrary1\ClassLibrary1\bin>regasm ClassLibrary1.dll Microsoft (R) .NET Framework Assembly Registration Utility 1.1.4322.573 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1998-2002. All rights reserved. . Types registered successfully . C:\Temp...
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    Calling CoGetInterceptor on Win2k

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    The documentation for CoGetInterceptor indicate that this API is available on Windows 2000 platforms. Indeed it is but ole32.dll doesn't export this function as indicated by the documentation...at least not the versions of ole32.dll that are available...
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    COM Interop - Releasing unused COM libraries

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    Following up with my last post on releasing PInvoked libraries....this time with COM libraries. There's a more robust way to do this for COM libraries. After you're done with your COM libraries and you've released all associated resources (Marshal.ReleaseCOMObject...
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