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SharePoints - Atomic.Quilogy Edition

Just wanted to bring the Quilogy Atomic site to your attention.

Theyve got a bunch of .NET resources, and a couple of pointers to some good WebPart articles on

Posted On Wednesday, December 17, 2003 9:39 AM

Flying before the Wright Brothers

All of last week I've been waiting till today to watch 'Flt 100' on National Geography. It is supposed to be a program celebrating the 100 years of flight. However as this news item on shows, it might be late by 50 years.


Posted On Wednesday, December 17, 2003 7:20 AM

Origami Robot

Looks like theres a robot that can do Origami now. - Cool!

I can actually imagine this technology being integrated with the printers of the future. Just think of how all those defective printouts can become table ornaments automatically :)

Posted On Wednesday, December 17, 2003 6:46 AM

GDN moving in and moving out
Seems like there are projects moving in and out of GDN. Moving in is fine, but about those moving out. I agree with Dare, about all the problems inherent in GDN. Even though GDN is an excellent idea, it is lacking in capabilities of an online source repository. So why not have Workspace for “GDN Workspaces” or start a .NET port of G-forge or sourceforge? And it looks like Andy is taking notice of all Dares comments ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 17, 2003 2:01 AM

My RSS Bandit - Take 1

I did a little change to the RSS Bandit source and got it to do this for me (single paged reading of a blog, saves me from all those unneccesary clicks). Btw this is a modification to 1.2.054

Posted On Tuesday, December 16, 2003 8:17 AM

Google is being a little wonky today
I was searching for which was board is better A7N8X or the A7V600 on Whats odd is that the first page of the search results shows me that there are 10+ more pages of results (I'm talking about all those numbers that come under the Gooooooooogle). But going on to second results page all the links at the bottom seem to have disappeared (gone on vacation I assume). Anyway if anyone knows which is the better board let me know ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 16, 2003 6:24 AM

Good news, bad news
Good news - I got 10 days leave Bad news - I cant take it 10 days at a stretch. My team is very green, so I need to put in 2 days of work a week (grrr. I know stupid excuse for a vacation) Good news - I will be going to Kandy for the weekend - http://www.worldheritagesit... Bad news - Theres no cable TV there :( ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 9, 2003 4:00 AM

Got more links for you This one is courtesy of Robert K.In his own words "Here are a few more excellent WSS/SPS/Web Part articles that are usually missed by most people! I have to admit, I had no idea there were articles on SPS at FTPOnline. Thanks for the links Robert. Also worthy of subscribing too are the newsletters, atleast the SharePoint one. You might learn a thing or two from them. And if you haven't already been ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 2, 2003 5:51 AM

.NET Lessons learnt
Paschal has a post at dotnetweblogs on a couple ASP.NET lessons learnt. Just a note to SPS Developers. Dont you think this does not apply to you. One thing you should learn if WebParts are your game, pay close attention to anything that happens in the ASP.NET Custom Server control arena, because they both share the same bloodline. I took a different approach with regard to sharing SPS lessons learnt. What i did was Got the team to put up a SharePoint Social Meeting workspace. Created tab pages for ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 2, 2003 1:20 AM

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