An amazing collection of the art of the flying disc or frisbeetm. via [Delta Tango Bravo] There were only 3000 charcoal HDXs ever made? Sheesh, I had like 10 of ’em; they were my favorite disc when they came out.
If you have OneNote 1.1 preview installed, you can now import OPML outlines. …. The source and executable are located here. via [Better Living Through Software] Nice. Works for me.
With USB drives of 128-256MB now commodities, is it possible to carry your: Internet Favorites, My Documents, Outlook .pst and Outlook settings on your keychain? The real question is whether its possible to either: set the appropriate user directories to a drive that disappears when the flash drive is removed, or use a utility to do […]
Donovan Lange has posted the first concrete info on the OneNote Service Pack API. Unfortunately, he doesn’t quite give enough details for even a hacking attempt: we’ll need the XML schema that describes import data and how to construct the GUID required by the “navigate to page” function.
There’s a show called World Poker Tour. Every week they show the final table of 9 players from a tournament in which a couple of hundred people compete. Week after week, this is what you see: A small elite of tournament pros who get to the final tables time after time One or two representatives from a […]
From the AP wire: FALLUJAH, Iraq – In Fallujah’s darkened, empty streets, U.S. troops blast AC/DC’s “Hell’s Bells” and other rock music full volume from a huge speaker, hoping to grate on the nerves of this Sunni Muslim city’s gunmen and give a laugh to Marines along the front line. …What music would you play […]
This is quite interesting. Open source Implementations of the missing data structures of the FCL: linked list, doubly linked list, tree, skip list, heap, etc… Focus is made on robustness, standard conformance, documentation and testing of the collections. via [Sam Gentile’s Blog] < p dir=ltr> So the cool kids have moved away from calling it […]
Jason Nadal has posted an RSS reader that uses the Longhorn text-to-speech APIs to actually read you the morning news while you do other things. Includes source. via [Marquee de Sells: Chris’s insight outlet] I love sample code that is actually helpful…
via William Bartholomew: Fritz Onion has posted an interesting article about how to write ASP.NET projects without using Web Projects and the associated bindings to IIS etc. http://staff.develop.com/onion/Samples/aspdotnet_without_web_projects.htm TTFN – Kent via [Kent Sharkey’s blog] I’ve had this post in my aggregator for two months.
I haven’t seen this referenced before: Microsoft Win32 to Microsoft .NET Framework API MapMicrosoft Win32 to Microsoft .NET Framework API Map via [Eric Gunnerson’s C# Compendium] Nor have I.