Seagate 100GB 2.5″ IDE for $194: “Amazon.com offers the Seagate 100GB 2.5-inch IDE 5400 rpm drive for notebook computers, model no. 9W3277-556, for $193.99 with free shipping, as a reader found. Via [Tablog PC] Without an optical drive to boot from, how would you get the Tablet OS onto the new drive?
Julie points out that if it ain’t got Intellisense, it ain’t a productive programming environment. Now, Pynk doesn’t even have cut-and-paste yet, so that comes first; and It should be possible to use reflection to get, not quite Intellisense, but something like a list of properties and methods that might be applicable to the current […]
James Kendrick nailed it. You can edit the Shark keyboard to use full words: Making a syntax-directed programming editor that much easier to contemplate.
Tech Blender points to this rumor that Longhorn will require 64-bit hardware. You know, one of the fairly easy lessons to draw from the 16- to 32-bit change is that it happened too late, that there was a great deal of pain because everyone tried to live with side-by-side APIs and “sort of” 32-bit versions […]