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Job Opening - Tampa, FL
Ok, ok...I promised myself I wouldn't post anything other than .NET related information to this blog, but the job is certainly .NET related! I'm looking for an Applications Developer in the Tampa, FL area. Apply via CareerBuilder at the link below if you're interested, and feel free to contact me for me for more information. http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.asp?SiteID=cbdetshr&did=J357W6FQYG84X08R5L
03:58:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ryan LaNeve
proclivities
Walking home from work tonight, I thought about samsara, the Buddhist notion of suffering brought about by craving. Wishing that things are not as they are is a rejection as much of what is good about now as it is what is not. But all is as it is; no need for dichotomy. Still struggling with that. Rejection of now is self-perpetuating and habit-forming. Accepting now does not preclude growth or change. Why do I reject now? Words I repeated to myself frequently as I walked up the hill were "lust", "doubt", "guilt", "uncertainty", and "fear", each of these words bringing to mind images and impressions of people and events from my recent past. I have often felt reassured by the simplicity and apparent truth of the notion that one ought not desire to affect what is not within one's power. But this time, as I thought about it, I could not escape the gray area I'd done so well at avoiding: how does one know what is within one's power? Is it merely a matter of faith that I could, despite ...
03:13:40 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Seth Milliken
Want To Design And Deliver Great PowerPoint Presentations?
I am just about ready to send out a new issue of MasterView International, my monthly information-paced newsletter about creating and managing PowerPoint presentations for international audiences. Issue #20 of MasterView brings to your inbox a full text-based report of 25 pages which includes the fo...
02:47:43 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Information Design and Data Visualization :: ...
Side Projects And Blackened Death
Covered this time: The Kovenant: Seti (Nuclear Blast) Zyklon: Aeon (Nuclear Blast) Side projects have a long and venerable history in heavy metal. Metal is technically demanding and attracts people for whom stability is neither taken for granted nor even desired. Working relationships tend to be intense and explode with fair frequency, as clashing creative visions, drug habits, and the odd hate crime interfere with the process of songwriting and the endless rehearsals that metal requires. Sometimes metalheads need to take a break from each other, but the same kind of intense drive that causes them to make such extreme music in the first place refuses to let them rest, and thus a side project is born. Where heavy metal is extreme, black and death metal are several leagues beyond. When I was spending high school obsessing over all the pretty girls, there was a cadre of hairy obsessives in Scandinavia who were endlessly practicing hammer-ons, Doric scales, and their favorite Slayer ...
02:41:43 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: the slacker's guide to san francisco
No debut for Collingwood
As feared, Paul Collingwood was left out of the team to face Bangladesh in the first ever test match between the two countries. Steve Harmison was included and plays his twelth test match.
02:03:39 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Down by the Riverside
Impressum
Impressum und andere rechtliche Hinweise.
01:58:40 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Hugos House of Weblog Horror
WSDL modifications for ws-policy
In my quest to understand “advanced“ webservice I have wanted to understand how to tell a client app about my service, beyond the VS.NET basics. WS-Policy has what I need but I wanted to add something to the wsdl rather than just having a separate policy.xml file that my docs refer to. I have been trying to figure out how to do this using WSE. The starting point is this blog by John Bristowe. http://www.bristowe.com/blog/CommentView.aspx?guid=e61e7164-ce75-4ca2-94e8-1eedc95f7077 I have “stolen” his code, modified it somewhat and have tried to get it to work. The webservice runs but doesn't call the ServiceDescriptionFormatExtension class I have the following in my web.config. I obviously need to start particpating in the dotnet.framework.webservices.enhancements news group. I'm not getting anywhere by myself. <system.web> <webServices> <serviceDescriptionFormatExtensionTypes> <add type="WS_Policy.UsingPolicyFormatExtension, WS-Policy,Version=1.1.1.1, Culture=neutral, ...
01:34:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Tom Richards .NET Weblog
Automated Labeling System suits biomedical research.
Leica EM IGL automated Immunogold labeling system addresses needs of researchers who want to visualize specific proteins within cells. System eliminates need for manual labeling of grids when preparing tissue and cell samples; it automatically applies reagents to ultra-thin sections held on grids in humidity-controlled environment using one of 99 possible preset programs.
01:21:20 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Industrial Newsroom - Laboratory and Research ...
We Resume Our Broadcast Day...
Hello. Remember me? I'm the guy who used to post to this site on an almost daily basis. Then, something funny happened....I started dental school and things sort of came to an abrupt halt. I'm now safely into my 5th...
01:09:32 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: jeffcarter.net
Ice Hotels
In-refrigerator rooms
01:00:01 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Interesting Thing of the Day
The Long Route to Becoming a Trainer: More Questions
Scott Morris responds to how much commitment, dedication, time, and effort does it take to get a CCIE and more...
01:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: TCPmag.com | Q and A
Another day, another firing
Continuing the cycle of bad news, bad news that is my life, I got laid-off, terminated, fired, or whatever you want to call it today. The reason he gave was that my qualifications were not what he needed for the position. If that were truly the case, he never should've...
00:14:13 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: budro.net
No Big Flowered Denim Hat?
OMG ... Six is back on TV. When did that happen. I bet if I watched Ooopin, I would have known. Jenna Von Oy ... Six from Blossom! Meanwhile, Blossom is all boring now. Why can't she try acting again....
00:00:53 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Practical Sarcasm
MathML 2.0, 2nd edition Rec
The Math Working Group is proud to announce that MathML 2.0, second edition has become a W3C Recommendation. Many thanks to members of the public who contributed by sending comments on www-math. A few supporting testimonials are available.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Math Home
MathML 2.0, 2nd edition Rec
The Math Working Group is proud to announce that MathML 2.0, second edition has become a W3C Recommendation. Many thanks to members of the public who contributed by sending comments on www-math. A few supporting testimonials are available.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Math Home
MathML 2.0, 2nd edition Rec
The Math Working Group is proud to announce that MathML 2.0, second edition has become a W3C Recommendation. Many thanks to members of the public who contributed by sending comments on www-math. A few supporting testimonials are available.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Math Home
MathML 2.0, 2nd edition Rec
The Math Working Group is proud to announce that MathML 2.0, second edition has become a W3C Recommendation. Many thanks to members of the public who contributed by sending comments on www-math. A few supporting testimonials are available.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Math Home
MathML 2.0, 2nd edition Rec
The Math Working Group is proud to announce that MathML 2.0, second edition has become a W3C Recommendation. Many thanks to members of the public who contributed by sending comments on www-math. A few supporting testimonials are available.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Math Home
Metalog v2.0b released
W3C's Semantic Web Advanced Development initiative announces Metalog v2.0b, a reasoning system built for the Semantic Web by adding a query layer on top of RDF. Metalog is user friendly and is designed to make reasoning about the Web particularly easy for all the people, by providing an interface similar to natural language. It is available for all Windows and Linux platforms (a Mac porting is forthcoming too). Metalog is developed by Massimo Marchiori of W3C and the University of Venice, Italy. Learn more about Metalog.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Semantic Web
Metalog v2.0b released
W3C's Semantic Web Advanced Development initiative announces Metalog v2.0b, a reasoning system built for the Semantic Web by adding a query layer on top of RDF. Metalog is user friendly and is designed to make reasoning about the Web particularly easy for all the people, by providing an interface similar to natural language. It is available for all Windows and Linux platforms (a Mac porting is forthcoming too). Metalog is developed by Massimo Marchiori of W3C and the University of Venice, Italy. Learn more about Metalog.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Semantic Web
MathML 2.0, 2nd edition Rec
The Math Working Group is proud to announce that MathML 2.0, second edition has become a W3C Recommendation. Many thanks to members of the public who contributed by sending comments on www-math. A few supporting testimonials are available.
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: W3C Math Home
Oct 21st: Mono Community at Novell Forge
Mono Developers that are looking for a public repository for hosting their projects can now use Novell Forge's which hosts a Mono Community. Novell Forge offers mailing lists, cvs repository, bug tracking and mailing list services and all the other services you expect. Mono will continue to be hosted in our own CVS repository, and using our anonymous CVS servers
00:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Mono Project News