HOW TO: Download, Install, and Remove the IIS MetaEdit 2.2 Utility
Here’s a tool that I ended up using quite a bit on the last project. MetaEdit is an IIS Metabase editor that looks and feels like the Registry Editor. It allows you to look at and edit the IIS Metabase.
While developing install projects with the Wise for Windows Installer 6.0, I saw that IIS virtual directories created by were not working correctly. I was able to view the virtual directory definition with MetaEdit to see that Wise had done wrong.
Daring Fireball: Translation From PR-Speak to English of Selected Portions of Adobe’s ‘FAQ’ Regarding Their Acquisition of Macromedia
This is funny translation of Adobe’s statement of their acquisition of Macromedia. This one line forebodes the fate of many Adobemedia employees:
Please also note that PDF is an excellent format for sending out résumés.
The Old New Thing : The Itanium’s so-called stack: You have to love any sentence that begins with “If the processor runs out of squirrel-space…” I have been following Raymond Chen’s blog for a while now. It’s pretty technical, but it explains much of the reasons why Windows does it needs to do.