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Pulptastic!
16:00:00 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Latest Aylesford Newsprint Recycling Press ...
Houghton
I went to Houghton this weekend. I got to see James and Katie so it was cool. I was impressed with all their friends, I liked them Here are some of the guys on James floor; they were all dressed...
15:32:21 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Halfwitted
Upfront
The BBC sent me to London for my "Upfront" induction. Upfront is a relatively new course in the BBC, explaining...
15:28:58 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Assorted Ramblings and Mis-Information
Resurgency: Google Beginning to Feel Looming Microsoft
Google will soon be forced to react to the continual notice that Microsoft wants a piece of the search pie...
15:22:49 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Resurgency Emergency Response Marketing News
Bitchfire
February 16
15:16:28 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: I Wish, You Wish
More on Amazon's Search Inside the Book
WIRED News is reporting that Amazon.com's "Search Inside the Book" service does not allow users to "print pages from within books." Technically, it appears what Amazon has done is fool browsers into not showing the scanned image of a book page when you try to print from your browser. For instance, when using Safari on MacOS X or Microsoft's Internet Explorer in Windows, if you try to print a "Search Inside the Book" search result page, you get everything from the Amazon web page except the scanned image from the book itself. Interestingly, Amazon has added a noRightClick()...
15:16:13 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Nettle: One User's Experience
Have Longhorn, will travel
Around noon today, I finally bit the bullet, called MSDN customer support, and ordered my copy of the PDC DVDs...
15:09:57 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Commonality
More Variety Required
Saturday, 1st November, 2003 Queen's Park 0 Gretna 1 (Bells Scottish League - Third Division)
15:08:21 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: queensparkSpiders.co.uk
BOL unterstützt UNICEF
Pressemeldung vom 04.11.2003. Online-Medienshop 2003 und 2004 auf großer Benefiztour zugunsten Not leidender Kinder Münster/Köln. Auf einer gemeinsamen Pressekonferenz in Köln haben bol.de und UNICEF heute offiziell die BOL-UNICEF Benefiztour eröffnet. Mit der Tour ruft der zur buch.de-Gruppe gehörende Online-Medienshop eine neue Spendenaktion für UNICEF ins Leben: Ab November 2003 schickt bol.de einen Showtruck mit Büchern, Musik-CDs und Filmen auf Verkaufstour durch Deutschland. Von jedem verkauften Artikel gehen zwei Euro an UNICEF; das Spendenziel beträgt 20.000 Euro. Mit von der Partie sind zahlreiche Prominente, die die Aktion vor Ort unterstützen.
15:00:00 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: buch.de Pressemeldungen
Ol' 55
Well my time went so quickly, I went lickety-splitly out to my old ‘55 As I drove away slowly, feeling so holy, God knows, I was feeling alive. Now the sun’s coming up, I’m riding with Lady Luck, freeway cars...
14:59:50 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Contrast
President Bush and Iraq: Failed Communications
President Bush and his administration suggest that we can gauge the progress of our reconstruction efforts in Iraq by considering...
14:59:04 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Periodic Diversions
Can you figure out why this article is important?...
Can you figure out why this article is important?Inc.com | A Just Cause: Creating Emotional Connections With Customers
14:55:11 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Radio Marketing Blog
Cell Phone Charity
As part of my continuing quest to save the world, I offer forth this suggestion...
14:54:49 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: always write
Interesting discussion of Whuffie
Jack Willliam Bell has started a really interesting discussion about Whuffie and my novel on his Slashdot journal: In these discussions the usual answer given is that human creativity will retain value and that people would still buy and sell hand-made items, artwork, books and songs. But this rings false to me on a number of levels, not the least of which is the fact that not everyone is talented enough to participate in such an ecomomy. A more important problem with this answer is the fact that, with the exception of hand-made items and original artwork, this actually relies on the continuation of false scarcity by requiring intellectual property limits which could not be maintained in a digitally networked world. (All this was before I ever heard of DRM of course.) Reputation ecomonies, however, could be based on anything people valued in other people -- not just their personal creativity. And such a currency would bring value to the creator of a song even if the song was freely ...
14:50:08 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom
XAML Comments
Ian Hickson (from Mozilla, Opera and W3C) has some good points about XAML. Well actually he never mentions XAML, Microsoft nor Windows but we all know what he is talking about....
14:46:07 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: erik's weblog
ADO like JDO.
Paul Gielens blogs about Microsoft's new O/R mapping solution, named ObjectSpaces. Comments include a link to an ASP Alliance article on ADO.NET v2.0: ObjectSpaces. Who is going to bother with NHibernate now?
14:42:29 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
ADO like JDO.
Paul Gielens blogs about Microsoft's new O/R mapping solution, named ObjectSpaces. Comments include a link to an ASP Alliance article on ADO.NET v2.0: ObjectSpaces. Who is going to bother with NHibernate now?
14:42:29 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
ADO like JDO.
Paul Gielens blogs about Microsoft's new O/R mapping solution, named ObjectSpaces. Comments include a link to an ASP Alliance article on ADO.NET v2.0: ObjectSpaces. Who is going to bother with NHibernate now?
14:42:29 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
R.I.P. Red Hat...
Very sad news in the computer world today. Red Hat has announced that they will no longer make a free version of Red Hat Linux. This means that they are turning all free users to the Fedora Project, which is...
14:41:43 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: The H-Files
PNG Tools?
A while back I read about a program that allowed you to change the default background color that IE uses for semitransparent PNG images. For example if I create a PNG image with alpha channels in Photoshop and then try...
14:38:46 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: erik's weblog
Windows to get a shell.
Jason Nadal blogs about Microsoft's new command line shell, code-named Monad. Like Longhorn, the new shell is years away, but it does sound very cool. Thomas Lee's post MSH Rocks provides some more details: Thomas Lee: MSH takes the incredible power of the pipelined cmdlet approach of Unix, but instead of passing raw text, MSH sends NET Managed objects between cmdlets. That's right, objects, not raw text. Managed, typesafe, and easy to write/extend .NET Managed objects!
14:36:14 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
Windows to get a shell.
Jason Nadal blogs about Microsoft's new command line shell, code-named Monad. Like Longhorn, the new shell is years away, but it does sound very cool. Thomas Lee's post MSH Rocks provides some more details: Thomas Lee: MSH takes the incredible power of the pipelined cmdlet approach of Unix, but instead of passing raw text, MSH sends NET Managed objects between cmdlets. That's right, objects, not raw text. Managed, typesafe, and easy to write/extend .NET Managed objects!
14:36:14 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
Windows to get a shell.
Jason Nadal blogs about Microsoft's new command line shell, code-named Monad. Like Longhorn, the new shell is years away, but it does sound very cool. Thomas Lee's post MSH Rocks provides some more details: Thomas Lee: MSH takes the incredible power of the pipelined cmdlet approach of Unix, but instead of passing raw text, MSH sends NET Managed objects between cmdlets. That's right, objects, not raw text. Managed, typesafe, and easy to write/extend .NET Managed objects!
14:36:14 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
New Blogging Home
I finally got .Text up and running as my CMS on my home page and that's where the majority of my posts will be from now on. I'm not totally leaving weblogs.asp.net , but I will only post pure .Net stuff here. Stuff like SVG, XML, Longhorn, PDC, and various non-tech topics will only be found on my home page. The idea is to try to help reduce the noise from weblogs.asp.net, and have the freedom to post “offtopic” stuff as I wish. Only the front page is skinned to me new style (and that isn't even totally complete yet). The individual category pages still use the default .Text styles. I've used the multi-blog aspects of .Text to separate my stuff into major categories, and then each category has sub-categories. This way you can better control what type of post you subscribe to. Within the next couple days I should have an update to .Text that will enable you to pull in a RSS feed from another site (say weblogs.asp.net or longhornblogs.com) and automatically update your personal blog ...
14:29:00 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: DonXML Blog
Petrescence
Agricola, the seventeenth-century metallurgist [...] spoke of a juice (succus) that was a stone-forming spirit (lapidificus spiritus). Robert Boyle, one...
14:25:04 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: Cluster
IMPERATOR °FLA available now
IMPERATOR °FLA generates FLA-files (readable with Flash MX(6) or higher) from the selected input SWFs (compiled with Macromedia Flash) and thereby makes it possible to alter the content of a SWF even when the corresponding FLA got lost. Furthermore it gives you the opportunity to extract all included media-files (pictures, sounds and videos) so you can edit them with other programs. IMPERATOR °FLA recovers: Actions, Buttons (eliminating graphically identical buttons) Components (with initialized variables) Environment Settings (backgroundcolor, framerate, height, width, etc.) Frame Labels Library Linkages Mask Layers Media Importpaths (for extracted media-files) Morph Shapes Pictures (all types) Shapes Sounds (MP3s and uncompressed PCMs) Sound Events Sprites (MovieClips) Textfields Videos All Timelines (rearranging them under FLA-compatible terms). read more on the ave-imperator site...
14:19:26 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: piblog
Sultanpur and other happenings
Breaking free from the alarming levels of CO2 and several other gases free for ones consumption and appetite, I took the road towards Sultanpur last Sunday, the day after the much celebrated and exploited Festival of Lights, Deepavali. The morning...
14:01:16 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: nHlog
Fun ASP.NET Whidbey Tip/Trick: DataBinding to Generics
One of the great new features in Whidbey are "Generics" -- which basically provide a mechanism that enables developers to build classes whose signature and internal datatypes can be templatized. For example, rather than use an ArrayList (which is a collection of type Object), or force developers to create their own strongly typed list collection class (ie: the OrderCollection class) -- developers using Whidbey can use the new List class implemented within the System.Collections.Generic namespace, and specifically specify the type of the collection when using or referencing it. For example: // Use the built-in "List" collection within the System.Collections.Generic namespace // to create a collection of type "Order" List<Order> orders = new List<Order>(); // Add Order objects into the list orders.Add(new Order(123, "Dell")); orders.Add(new Order(345, "Toshiba")); orders.Add(new Order(567, "Compaq")); // Lookup the "OrderId" of the first item in the list -- note that there is no cast ...
13:57:00 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: ScottGu's Blog
Leaving For New York
I am leaving for New York tomorrow morning. See you on Sunday!
13:50:07 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: http://enki.cthuugle.com/
Lello & Irmão
Proverb and I spent most of the day in Porto. My application for a residence visa is in -- now a matter of waiting! Visited a very beautiful bookstore in downtown Porto, "Lello & Irmão". Below is a shot of...
13:46:29 November 3, 2003, Monday (PST) Source: adverb