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Archive for November, 2006

Yes, hemorrhoids it is true, pharmacy I’ve switched to the dark side. The last bastions of VB.NET have fallen. After a conversation with a pair of developers I work with, I have finally been convinced that C# is a better syntax than VB.NET. That’s saying something, considering I used to believe I liked my languages verbose. You know, like COBOL. There were three things in the C-based syntax of the   Read More ...

.NET Software Development

We came to a traffic light on our way home where a State Trooper was stopped with lights flashing. In front of the trooper was a minivan, viagra dosage obviously broken down in the right traffic lane. As we passed them on the left, psychotherapist our eldest made a comment. “Ahh, prescription a 30-year old woman,” he said, as if that explained everything. Being in my thirties I was somewhat   Read More ...

Spectacularity

While retail stores refer to the Friday after Thanksgiving as Black Friday because it celebrates the day they begin to turn a profit. Black Friday at our house is a different matter. Why? The Friday following Thanksgiving is the day Christmas begins. It is the day I trade in my sanity for what can only be described as Clark Griswald Syndrome (CGS). Our eldest son hates CGS because it means   Read More ...

Spectacularity

In the Windows common Open/Save dialog, malady there are five folders traditionally listed on the left hand side: My Recent Documents, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places. While these are all handy locations, I was hoping to include my source code folder in this list to save me some time browsing to the correct location during my client’s system testing phase. Searching the internet, I found a   Read More ...

Computer Hacks

I have my own personal holiday each fall. I call it “Picture Changing Day”. It isn’t set on any particular day; in fact, approved it is pretty random. Picture Changing Day is the day I bring in new 5×7 pictures of the boys and put them in the picture frames on my desk at work. What makes that so special? The fact that I keep all of the old pictures   Read More ...

Marriage and Family

On my client’s project one of my tasks was to write a search engine and corresponding UI screen. The results of the search are displayed using an asp:Repeater control in a pattern similar to Google. One more requirement is a section that pops open to reveal additional, drugstore less-frequently-used actions. Sort of a “dropdown” of more options. I thought I would use a hyperlink with a call to javascript that   Read More ...

.NET

Each week, pill our youngest learns a new letter of the alphabet at day care. As part of the activity, the class comes up with words that start with the letter for that week. While most of the children think of words during their classroom time, our youngest likes to think of words at home. Normally, he makes me write them all down and the teachers tack the 3×5 card   Read More ...

Marriage and Family Spectacularity

The wife and I went on a date this past Saturday. We had dinner at Fusion in downtown Appleton. It’s a pretty trendy place, recipe so I ventured out of my normal steak and potatoes routine and had the Mako shark instead. The food tasted excellent, sildenafil and it was sad to destroy its wonderful presentation. After dinner we went to the PAC to see Mamma Mia. For those who   Read More ...

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Here’s a great trailer for Office Space, cheap The Thriller.

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37 Signals, pathopsychology the Web 2.0 darlings, abortion published an eBook (in PDF format) last year called Getting Real. At the time, I had just bought their other book, Defensive Design for the Web. Defensive Design is a thin tome and is mostly screen shots with some quick notes describing them. After flipping through it a bit, I parked it on my bookshelf and, until I needed its ISBN, haven’t   Read More ...

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