Bug Babble

Bugs, debuggers, stuff

September, 2005

  • Bug Babble

    This is not the bug you are looking for.

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    Some flaws cause what I call the 'quick exit' feature. This is where the app just disappears. No watson dialog intrudes into the streamlined experience of a sudden lack of your application. Losing unsaved work isn't appreciated by users, and the...
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    Learning about Strengths

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    I knew he wouldn't read them, so I asked to borrow the two management books on Andy's ottoman. Ironically the books explained why I borrowed them, as well as why Andy didn't want to read them. The books were "First Break all the Rules" , and "Now...
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    One week only!

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    Eveyone seems to be leaving town for a week. Many are claiming to be enroute to some 'PDC ' in LA. Yet suspiciously, this so called 'PDC' lasts precisely a week. A very fashionable week . Is this just coincidence? Or am I simply not in the loop? Actually...
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    Parse Error!

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    Ebay has an SDK . From the site: "Now Available: eBay SDK for Windows 3.0" My first thought: Who is still using Windows 3.0? Why would anyone make an sdk for it? Back up. Reparse. It's the 3.0 Version of the eBay SDK. Ah ha! Interesting. This might...
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    What's you're favorite Infinite Loop bug?

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    The best feature of my dual proc machine is the ability to kill off bad processes that attempt to spike the cpu. When a process goes crazy on the dual proc, the machine becomes slightly sluggish. Checking taskman tends to show a process hovering at exactly...
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    My OneNote Persona: 'Piler'

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    I am writing this using a free trial of OneNote I installed on my home computer. Last week I chimed in that that you can try OneNote online. The free trial is better. OneNote is the kind of application you want to dive into. Dipping a toe doesn't give...
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