Monthly Archives: February 2006

Mapping a New Site Collection to a Specific Content DB

Bill English had an interesting post on creating a top level site in a specific content database that falls in the “Duh why didn’t I think of that”category for me. While I agree with him that this isn’t a solution … Continue reading

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ASP.NET 2.0 Tutorial Videos Online

Big thanks to Scott Guthrie for pointing to this videos. Included in the ASP.NET 2.0 Tutorial Videos is a session on Master Pages. This goes great with with another set of tutorials on ASP.NET 2.0 and AD Roles/Groups as well … Continue reading

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Great Moments in Basketball

Shane sent me this video of an amazing story of a young basketball player with autism that totally lit up the scoreboard when he finally got a chance to play in a game last week. Awesome story!

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Got the Origami Bug?

More details on Origami emerge, it looks mobile and tablet PC related.

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Gushue Wins Gold

Congrats to all Canadian athletes that have successfully competed in the 2006 Olympics but seeing a Newfoundland team bring home the gold for Canada in Curling has extra special relevance. Great job guys! It helps me cope with the male … Continue reading

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My Very Own Wizard Card

Besides being one of the greatest buddies a gal could ever ask for, my niece Samantha is quite the little Photoshop wiz. I look forward to her works of art ranging from cartoon characters or animated stickmen because they are … Continue reading

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New to Development?

As a .NET user group leader I am always on the look out for good development resources for all experience levels. That is why I thought this “New to Development” portal set up by the ASP.NET team is absolutely fantasic! … Continue reading

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AJAX, XAML patented?

I watched the flash work of Balthaser years ago (if it’s the same bunch). Apparently there is a new reason to look at these guys now. A patent has been granted to a relatively unknown California Web-design firm for an … Continue reading

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Google Web Pages

It looks like the rumors were true, Google releases a web page service complete with WYSIWYG editor Overview: Google Page Creator is a free online tool that makes it easy for anyone to create and publish useful, attractive web pages … Continue reading

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Other Canadian Xbox Related Sites

Looks like there are a few other Canadian sites out there focusing on Xbox. It’s always great to find new sites. Thanks Jade for the linkage. Though between you and me I don’t know that SharePoint and Xbox are THAT … Continue reading

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