Four million mails a day? That must take a hefty mail server - and apparantly takes a small department of people to filter!
Gates 'world's most-spammed man'
... spelled out in big, fat letters!
tblCode - The Daily WTF
: "My jaw just dropped. This is beyond WTF." - Brian
Well, I suppose if the programmer had a very, very, veeeery good reason, it's... Nah, this will never be good practice, good performance, good anything!
IT Hit offers a definite improvement on the default Web Author Console in MCMS 2002 - for free! Also improves GREATLY on "Insert Hyperlink", "Copy Page" and "Move Page" dialogs.
Installs easily (but be aware of whether you are running SP1 or SP1a and install accordingly - I wasn't paying attention and encountered a weird JS error due to installing the wrong version).
MCMS, Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Web Author
Some french guy decided to stand out when presenting himself and his skills on the web. I think this is a great way to do it.
@L Flash CV en
(Now I wish I knew Flash ;-)
I've been looking for this quite a while... Now I'll look into it and check out some of the blog export/import tools available. Wouldn't wanna lose what I already have written, right?
I've been thinking about creating a web-based foosball ranking system. Inspired by a system we used (and created) at my previous employer, a specific rating should be used, but the only reference I can find is this: Bonzini USA Tournament Ranking & Rating System I don't know where to start when looking at that page... So, if someone has already implemented the principles and rules listed above (preferably C# code ;-), please contact me ......