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Safari on Windows

Yep, it’s true. You can now run Apple’s Safari browser on Windows. One quick little 8mb download and you’re on your way. This is by far the easiest installation of a browser I’ve seen to...

HTTP Compression in ASP.NET 2.0

Mads Kristensen writes an excellent blog called .NET Slave. Recently, he posted an article on how easy it is to enable HTTP compression in ASP.NET 2.0 without having to touch IIS. This is a handy...

Windows Live Writer Beta 2 100% CPU Fix

Windows Live Writer Beta 2 is out. Others have blogged about it’s many new features. To be sure it’s one of the nicer off-line blog editors available today. But alas, with all the new features...

Getting the current date and time in batch files

I completely stole this article from __here_. It’s such a useful bit of information I’m blogging it so I can “Google” myself later._ I still do the occasional batch file solution for tasks, and sometimes...

Bloget 0.8 Released

Another, month, another alpha. Don’t know if anyone has noticed by I’ve been hitting alpha releases at about one per month since October. Bloget™ 0.8 is here and it has some cool new features. Perhaps...

Have feed, will podcast

Check out my new podcast. Get this widget! If you don’t see the flash player widget above (IE sometimes has problems with it), click this link to use the Feed2Post player (which is also very...

gliffy Online

Here’s a fun little find. Gliffy is an only drawing program. It’s very much like Visio but without the headaches. I always find myself a bit lost in Visio but with Gliffy I’m in productive...

Chocolate

I love chocolate. I also feel guilty sometimes because I perceive it as unhealthy. Well bucko, this site dispels some of those myths about about the dark side. According to AllChocalate.com chocolate has about as...

Impeachment Maybe?

This poll from today’s MSNBC Live Vote is very telling indeed. What’s interesting is the forcefulness of the question. It’s not do you approve of the job the President is doing but should he be...

Junction v1.04

By Mark Russinovich Introduction Windows 2000 and higher supports directory symbolic links, where a directory serves as a symbolic link to another directory on the computer. For example, if the directory D:\SYMLINK specified C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32 as...
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