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Monthly Archives: March 2007

  • Kuler.com - Online Color Themes

    If you use adobe products, this is a great way to find sets of colors that work well together. Check it out.I need to find a way to import this information into Blend or Expression Design projects.

  • Free WPF DataGrid Control

    Xceed has released their free WPF DataGrid control. All you need to do is a quick register and it's yours for use on personal and commercial projects.Be sure to check out their online XBAP-based demo.

  • CAPTCHA Image Implemented

    In an effort to combat spam (or at least the automated crap that puts in hundreds at a time), I loaded up a drop-in CAPTCHA add-in for CommunityServer. My thanks to Timothy Humphrey for putting that out there.

  • House in the Woods

    Often times when I tell people I live in the woods, I fail to convey the "woodiness" of what is around here, and why windstorms scare me a bit [:P] Someone from West Virginia would laugh at what qualifies as woods out here near Annapolis, but the locals know how scarce this can be.From the last snow we had, here's a view from the bend in our driveway towards the house: The ravine ...

  • Linked In Profile

    I'm now on LinkedIn. Here's a shameless plug:

  • See you at MIX07

    I'll be attending MIX again this year. Highlights include WPF and WPF/e.Due to the nature of the crowd MIX tries to attact, they do night clubs instead of something fun. This year, the night event is at the PURE nightclub in LV. While I wasn't really into that, I checked into it anyway. They have one of the strictest dress codes of any nightclub out there. The references I found said th...

  • More on Spammers

    Every time I leave a blog entry open for comments for more than, say 24 hours, I get pummeled by some a**wipe of a spammer who puts in literally hundreds of entries (obviously scripted). I have comment moderation turned on, so the spammer is just wasting his time and my time; the entries will never make it on to the site. When I convert over to hosting this on SharePoint, I'll add in a...