ePrintableCalendars: Free Printable Calendars – Sometimes you just need a blank calendar. Simple and to the point.
Ungeek To Live: Go Local for Custom Letterpress Work On-the-Cheap – This is such a cool idea. I love the old-time feel of these documents.
Dan Rigsby » New Webcast: REST Support in WCF – Dan did this talk for the Ann Arbor Day of .Net recently. Really good and insightful information. Drives home how impressive WCF really is.
Create Indefinite Desktop Space With 360desktop (Windows) | MakeUseOf.com – Interesting program and effects. I didn’t find it all that useful however.
Lester's WPF blog : Tool: Crack.NET – "Crack.NET allows you to “walk” the managed heap of another .NET application, inspect all kinds of values on objects, and even manipulate those objects via IronPython scripts".
Essential Visual Studio Tips & Tricks that Every Developer Should Know – Some really nice Visual Studio tips. Must remember to use snippets more.
Geeknews » Bill Gates’ Mysterious New Company – Bill’s newest endeavor is rumored to be a think tank. The Web site is surprisingly spare.
Jeff Prosise's Blog : Deep Zoom Demo Updated for RTW - Deep zoom is a way cool technology for exploring images in detail. This demo has been updated to work the the recent release of Silverlight 2.0.
John Robbins' Blog : Totally Awesome Windows Trick – I won’t spoil the surprise. It is pretty cool.
retaggr - your online presence everywhere – Cool widget for your blog.
Think Firefox 3 is fast? Try Firefox Minefield | The Open Road – Latest beta is reported to leave Google Chrome in the dust. Not sure I could tell the difference.
Gmail: Gmail Puts a Smile on Your Face, Adds Emoticons- Yep, silly faces for Gmail have arrived. :)
5 Reasons To Use Live Mesh – I’m liking Mesh. Sure wish my office IT didn’t block it.
Windows Vista Team Blog : Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Beta – Nice to see that they continue to update Vista.
DevLabs Portal – Microsoft introduces a new developer site.
Pex – Automated White Box Testing for .NET – Must try this at work. The coverage dudes should love it.