Warning: I may have no idea what I am talking about!
Barnes & Noble has a new buyback service. Just enter you ISBN to get the amount, then print their label and send it to them on their dime.
David Hasselhoff sings Hooked on a Feeling.
I am way overdue for a new laptop. I am current running a 6 year old Inspiron. So my question is, what laptop should I buy and from where?
We're beyond screenshots at this point. You can view a video of the new Office interface here.
The next edition of Rockford Lhotka's best selling series utilizing his CSLA framework is now available as an eBook from Apress.
Michael Robertson is taking another shot at Microsoft with ajaxWrite, an online word processor. I'm not going to tear apart ajaxWrite or praise it. Specifically I have a problem when Michael puts on his sales weasel hat and fails to compare apples to apples.
Here it comes??? All I can say is, it better have a big hard-drive (30GB+). Stupid PSP.
Looks like Microsoft is pushing the release back to 2007. Nooooooooo! Now what we will do for Chrismas?
Gadgets that interface with Exchange server for mail, tasks and calendar.
In Microsoft's ongoing battle with Google (and Yahoo!) to become your first stop on the internet, they have finally started to utilize their greatest asset. Not Office or Windows, but the developers, developers, developers.
The March CTP of atlas went online about 10 minutes ago. The site has had some work done, including new documentation. This release now includes a go live license.
AOL has the greatest show ever: Bruce Campbell in the Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.
Amazon S3 provides a simple web services interface that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web. It gives any developer access to the same highly scalable, reliable, fast, inexpensive data storage infrastructure that Amazon uses to run its own global network of web sites. The service aims to maximize benefits of scale and to pass those benefits on to developers.
Someone got their hands on a McDonald's training video and did a remix. See it here.
If you live in the Missouri area and your looking for something different to do with your kids, try the Family Attractions Card.
This weekend at Target I saw a little girl, about 6 years old, sit down at the computer by the pharmacy. She started banging on the keys and said, “Look I'm fixing the computer.”
Last week I missed most of Saturday Night Light because the high def feed was screwed up. This week the local news hosed me.
Maybe I should have titled this post, Click Here For Free Money.
Reviled by workers, demonized by designers, disowned by its very creator, it still claims the largest share of office furniture sales--$3 billion or so a year--and has outlived every "office of the future" meant to replace it. It is the Fidel Castro of office furniture.
It's been highly anticipated that Amazon would enter the movie-download business. But the long wait may be over as such an offering might finally be coming to a personal computer near you.
This one is a tweak to ensure that you are able to Administer your ASP.NET 2.0 web-site *without* installing Visual Studio 2005 on your IIS Server.
I'm just venting on this one. Someone at work sent a message to everyone in Exchange. Then some other bozo hit reply to all with the message “Please remove me from this list.”
Watch the entire train wreck that was the Star Wars Holiday Special (1978) before Geoge Lucas gets it pulled from YouTube.
Read Switched On: The contractor and the architect
Don't own an iPod but want to sync with iTunes? Get iTunes Agent, an open-source project written in .NET 2.0 before Apple shuts them down.
KERA-TV in Dallas was the first PBS station to broadcast Monty Python's Flying Circus, and it was the Pythons' first stop in the US after the premier of Monty Python and the Holy Grail in Los Angeles in 1975. This interview footage first aired live on KERA that year, and hasn't been seen by the public since. It was discovered on an old reel that had been saved by an engineer, and as you can see, it cuts off after about 14 minutes... the engineer taped over the rest. It's a look at the group b
An unlikely group of Silicon Valley software engineers has a bizarre hobby. As Bill Schechner reports, it involves clobbering each other with everything from toilet seats to baking pans.
Someone has recreated the Simpsons intro with live actors.
Looks like newsvine.com is out of beta. Think of it as a merge of Google News and Digg.
Looking for a good CSS template to start with?
Next time you need to call customer service and you don't want to use the interactive voice response system use gethuman to find the escape code to talk to an operator.
You can now download all of Wikipedia and put in on your iPod.
The numbers on the Mega Ball are 1 - 46. But on the back of the ticket, it says your odds of picking the Mega Ball are 1 in 75. Can someone explain this?