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VHD Resizing Tool
Ran across this tool today. Just used it and it works - coolies. Thanks Technorati Tags: VHD,Virtual PC,Resie,Virtual Hard Disk Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Friday, March 28, 2008 3:54 PM

Hacking the Windows Mobile Ringtone Settings
fyi a registry hack http://forum.xda-developers... Technorati tags: Windows Mobile, Ringtone Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Sunday, March 23, 2008 2:38 AM

Ingenuitive Heating/Cooling Solution in Netherlands

Saw this post on Digg and I think it is pretty cool. I.e. using the black tarmac of roads to heat water for heating/cooling during the appropriate months.

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Posted On Monday, March 10, 2008 5:47 PM

Whale Explodes whilst being transported

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Posted On Thursday, March 6, 2008 3:03 PM

Office Live Workspaces
Not that I use these things much, but on a few other occasions I have had the need to use Google Documents, and was quite contempt with it. The scenario where I would personally see the need for these kind of applications is when I want to share documents and stuff, and also be restricted with not having the Office programs available, e.g. WebCafes etc. So today moved by all the hype around the announcement of Office Live Workspaces I gave it a try, and I am impressed. The interface looks elegant, ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 5, 2008 4:32 PM

No VSE WSS for VS 2008 Until Summer
Dated: March/2008 Yes as saddening that sounds, it seems it is true. Having a bit of slack time and not being able to give VS2008 a whirl earlier due to project pressures, I broke it out today all eager to gauge what elegance this IDE brings, specially since I had the need to write a test WebPart. Out of instinct I went File -> New Project -> *hold up where is the SharePoint Category. So then me thinks ah! its not built in to the product, maybe another extension for Visual Studio. So googled ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 5, 2008 4:23 PM

MOSS BDC Design Studio by Simego
I am actually pleased that today we have a bit of variety in tools that can generate BDC Application Definitions. An addition to this list of tools is "MOSS BDC Design Studio" by Simego, which actually quite good and easy to use. The site offers a 14 day trial version, and prices aren't that bad (but me thinks it should priced more a little bit more reasonably). But still for all the tool is quite good, it seems to be limited to SQL Server and WebServices which is a limitation. The other limitation ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 4, 2008 2:57 PM

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