Category Archives: Computers and Internet

Upcoming regional MSDN event

Upcoming regional MSDN Roadshow event. Looks like a good one!   Come join Microsoft’s Mid-Atlantic trio for a 1/2 day as they show you how Microsoft puts the C in COOL. You’ll hear from the doctor of code Dr. Z, … Continue reading

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RSS newsreaders

A work associate asked me for opinions on RSS readers. I get asked this question from associates every few weeks or so, and that invariably leads me to look around for any new readers on the market. In addition to … Continue reading

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Philly Code Camp II

The registration form for the first of three 2006 Philly Code Camp events (Code Camp II: Visual Studio Edition) is now online! Go to http://www.phillydotnet.org/Default.aspx?tabid=539 to register. There will be 21 sessions in three tracks. Seating is limited, so act fast!

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Browster improves your search efforts

I’ve been playing with Browster 1.0–a new plug-in for IE 5+ that enhances your MSN Search, Google, and Yahoo search results.   When a search result page is displayed, Browster uses a pre-fetch method to load the details behind the … Continue reading

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Tabbed browsing in IE

I just updated to the latest version of the MSN Search Toolbar. There seems to be some discrepancy over the version number. It’s called Version 1.2 in some places; version 2.0 in others. In any case, the new version adds … Continue reading

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