I found this tool this morning, ieHTTPHeaders. This Internet Explorer plug-in shows all of the HTTP Headers on a page. Quite useful for those times when you need to see what headers your site is sending the client.
The Miami Users Group will be offering a free session on the new Sharepoint Server 2007 on August 17th at Carnival Cruise Lines – World Wide Headquarters 3650 NW 87th Avenue Miami, FL. Here is a snipet on the session: Introducing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) by Joe Homnick Regional Director Ambassador and MVP […]
In the office we’re currently investigating Smart Client vs Web Applications. It seems that I’m not alone. A few months ago Rob Howard and Paul Ballard recently got in a holy war over this exact issue. Rob’s premise is that web applications rule and smart clients suck. Paul believes that smart clients rule and web […]
Yesterday morning, I was having problems getting to MSDN and Yahoo. I gotta check my fantasy baseball league ya know. The same fantasy league that I’m leading. Anyways, for some reason I couldn’t get into these sites. The first thing that ran through my mind was “Something’s gone wrong with our pipe.” But low and behold I read this. […]
This is way cool. It’s a wired-wireless-bridge-USB-print-server-analog-optical-audio-source-thingie and I want it. Just imagine sending an iTunes playlist over your home network to your receiver located at the other end of your house. It’s also a wireless bridge. It’s also a print server. It slices, it dices, minces, chops and mops. It’s called AirPort Express and […]
Finally the Orroz has come back to the blogsphere. Here is some good news, you can access iTunes from .Net! It looks like the COM type libraries are in iTunes.exe. Add the reference and you’re off and running. For all of the juicy details go to Dan Crevier’s blog.