The Weekly Source Code 33 - Microsoft Open Source inside Google Chrome – Scott Hanselman’s regular column examines Google’s new Chrome browser and notes the extensive use of the Windows Template Library.
Gallio - Automation Platform for .NET - The Gallio Automation Platform is an open, extensible, and neutral system for .NET that provides a common object model, runtime services and tools (such as test runners) that may be leveraged by any number of test frameworks.
Microsoft StyleCop - Release: StyleCop 4.3 – StyleCop analyzes C# source code to enforce a set of style and consistency rules. I’ve been trying to like this tool but it’s default style rules are way to restrictive in my opinion. Great idea. Guess I just need some time to adjust.
Stack Overflow – Stack Overflow is a collaboratively edited question and answer site for programmers — regardless of platform or language.
|[Moldy bag sure to deter evil sandwich stealers||Appliances and Kitchen Gadgets - CNET Blogs](http://blogs.cnet.com/8301-13553_1-10042096-32.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=AppliancesandKitchenGadgets) – Umm.. Yummy…|
Geeknews » Recover Your Lost Items With SendMeHome.com - If you lose the item, anybody who finds it can go to SendMeHome.com, enter the tag ID, and get it back to you.
|[2011 Chevy Volt Unveiled||Popular Science](http://www.popsci.com/cars/article/2008-09/2011-chevy-volt-unveiled) – Looks way different from the original prototype.|
|[Google offers cutting-edge Chrome, first update||Business Tech - CNET News](http://news.cnet.com/8301-1001_3-10042670-92.html?part=rss&subj=news&tag=2547-1_3-0-5) - Through a new developer program, Google is letting people try the latest versions of its Chrome Web browser, and the first update is available. I’ve tried it and it’s cool (so far).|
Start++ Makes Vista’s Start Menu Wicked Useful - Download Squad – Interesting idea. Not for me. I like Launchy better but you have to give credit to the author for an imaginative solution.
LINQPad - There’s no better way to experience the coolness of LINQ and functional programming. LINQPad is more than just a LINQ query tool: it’s a code snippet IDE. Instantly execute any C# 3 or VB 9 expression or statement block! Great tool and get this, it’s free.
User Interface controls for Windows Forms : Component Factory – I just loves me some free controls. Nicely done.
Animated Sorting Algorithms – Cool visualizations of 8 different sorting algorithms. Great way to spend a Saturday night (uh, maybe not, but it’s still cool).
Windows Live Wave 3 Programs Now Available for Download – I’m not too hot on most of these programs but Windows Live Writer just rocks and is worth the download alone.
Sara Ford’s WebLog : Did you know… What’s the difference between the Autos window and the Locals window? - #316 – So simple, I wonder why I never noticed it before. Sara, I think I’m in love with you.
Stuff We Like: StairCASE Stepladder Bookcase – For small spaces, this is a great idea.
Convert Web Pages Into a Printer Friendly Format with Print What You Like – Clever way to print Web pages without all the navigation aids and ads.
|[Slashdot||7th-Grader Designs Three Dimensional Solar Cell](http://hardware.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=08/09/18/177238&from=rss) – The idea is way cool and the comments on Slashdot are hilarious.|
Geeknews » Avast, ye Mateys! It Be “Talk Like A Pirate Day”! - Even Google is getting in on the fun with a special “Pirate language” edition of search.
Sara Ford’s WebLog : Did you know… If you do a Ctrl+F5 on a console application, the console stays open - #317 – I take it back Sara. Now I know I’m in love…
Newest Video Phones are Free - The latest video phones from ACN are simply awesome. And they’re Free for a limited time. Access through our rep site at http//:mikejean.acnrep.com. This changes everything!