Warning: I may have no idea what I am talking about!
I got a Google alert hit on a company I use to be associated with. The link leads to a brochure for one of their products.
This has definitely got to be one of the top 10 greatest news stories of all time.
.Forget about the killer feature. Welcome to the age of the killer user experience.
We are starting a new project, and I have been trying my hardest to use XHTML. In the past, I have always used HTML, so this is my first real shot at it.
Now that Disney has purchased Pixar, Steve is likely to end up on the Disney board. What I would like to see come out of this in the long run is a video iPod simplified and aimed at younger children. Add a section to the iTunes store aimed at music for kids, plus video content from Disney and I think you have a winner.
Tom Cruise kills South Park episode
So Visual Studio is getting a "live" component. Here is my feature request: Work and don't suck.
Yet another free isssue tracker. This one is based on .NET.
This article shows you how to use a delegate to open your DataReader, ensuring the reader is properly closed when you finish with the page.
Great story. See what this guy did to a French journalist that linked to a picture on his site.
It's ridiculous that IM clients don't talk to each other. What if we couldn't call someone that had a different phone carrier? This crap needs to change now!
BBC 4 will be premiering a new show next month featuring 3 IT workers.
DotNetKicks.com is a new "rip-off" site of Digg designed specifically for .NET Developers. If Digg had sub-categories under programming, we wouldn't need this site. But it doesn't, so DotNetKicks fills the void. Check it out.
A while back I wrote a post on ShinyFeet, an unlimited file storage site. So what's the catch I asked?
I've recently started using Listal to catolgue my DVDs.
Target is moving to the .NET Framework.
The Google Video Store is now online. I'm not impressed. The cuteness of Google is definitely wearing off. Google needs to improve it's new offerings.
Very good post by Rockford Lhotka on how the media treats open source software.
My Napster account has failed again, twice in as many months. Both times it has been an error acquiring licening information. The first time it was their servers. This time, who knows, but the failure has been going on more that 2 days.
Amazon has now added the ability to "tag" items. I have added a few DVDs and created a sample personal online DVD collection. I think this new feature could have some interesting applications.