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Month: January 2006

How to drum up consulting business

This is an interesting article about a guy who jump started his own consulting company in a new town. It’s…

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This should be against the law…

Ooga chaka Not many people know this, but “Hasselhoff” is the German word for Manilow/

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FireFox myths

There’s an interest web page called “Firefox Myths” that takes some of the more common claims associated with Firefox (it’s…

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Is soap.tcp with WSE a singleton?

Ok, the title of this post is pure jargon, but it fits. This WSE 3 thing is still new to…

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Viewing local XML files with IE without that idiot warning

To take a quick peek at an XML file, Internet Explorer is what I usually use. It knows how to…

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Jack of all trades, master of none.

Jeff Atwood has a good rant about people asking for web sites that scale to devices like PDA’s or crackberry’s. …

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How expensive are .NET exceptions?

With .NET, I keep hearing “Don’t use exceptions, they’re expensive” and I have always wondering how true it was.  I’ve…

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Repaving an XP box

I’m getting ready to help repave a family member’s PC (Windows XP). Too many questionable things have been installed and…

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History of the C family of languages

Billy Hollis has a funny history of the C language. If you have been in the business for more than…

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Keyboard shortcuts for Outlook

Tragically, I live inside Outlook 2003. Anything that makes it faster for me to use, I’ll take. LifeHacker has some…

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