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    InfiniteHoops.com Milestone 100

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    My little .NET project InfiniteHoops.com for finding and scheduling basketball games reached 100 registered players on Saturday, I am pleased to say. Development in recent weeks has been mostly in the area of UI and ease of use improvements. I have also...
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    Make More Mistakes

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    Eric Sink has a new Business of Software article out on MSDN columns, entitled Make More Mistakes . This one is exactly what I would hope he would write about. He talks about the history of SourceGear and mistakes ranging from bad technology choices to...
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    Popups for fun and profit

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    I just came across the ruling that allows a company, D Squared, to resume sending pop-ups to people's computers via the Messenger service in Windows (not to be confused with Windows Messenger). The company has not decided whether to resume the ads or...
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    Rolling Stone Interview of Steve Jobs

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    Here's a link to the Rolling Stone interview with Steve Jobs talking about iPod, iTunes and the future of the recording industry. http://www.rollingstone.com/features/featuregen.asp?pid=2529 “It is corrosive to one's character to steal.”...
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    Don't Leave, Frans

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    So yesterday Frans Bouma posted his concern about weblogs.asp.net becoming less of a .NET community site and instead a pulpit for MS employees (as a result of all the GotDotNet bloggers moving here) and wondered if it's still appopriate to criticize Microsoft...
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    SportsML

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    I am kind of interested in applications of XML. To be sure, it was an interest in RSS which led me to write my random thoughts about things on this blog. Recently, I blogged an update about the MathML spec. I have heard of projects such as ChemML (CML...
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    GIMPS finds 40th known Mersenne Prime

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    From www.mersenne.org ... On November 17, 2003 Michael Shafer's computer found the 40th known Mersenne prime, 2 20,996,011 -1! This number "weighs in" at a whopping 6,320,430 decimal digits! This is also the largest known prime number, surpassing GIMPS...
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