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Joel really likes NewsGator
One consistent theme you'll undoubtedly pick up on from Joel Ross in his blog and podcast is how much he digs NewsGator . Past convos revealed that he's big on the ability to subscribe to integrate all things RSS with Outlook, and that he consumes a voracious...
Posted: Oct 03 2005, 11:25 PM by guam-aspdev | with no comments
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Scoble is Microsoft's Jerry Maguire
There truly is no such thing as bad press. I tip my cap to Scoble . He's Jerry Maguire for the tech industry - and for the moment, in the blogosphere, he's the man. Microsoft prime blogger not only had the guts to make a very calculated, well-thought...
Posted: Oct 03 2005, 08:05 PM by guam-aspdev | with no comments
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Adrian Holovaty featured on Interactives Narratives podcast
Adrian Holovaty , who's gained worldwide acclaim for his award-winning work for ChicagoCrime.org , and who's work I mentioned a few days ago was featured in an audio interview for the Interactives Narratives podcast series. Good listening about someone...
Joel Ross tackles GoogleNet, Microsoft's reorg
RossCodeWeekly 19 is now online, both as a blog post and a downloadable podcast (as read by yours truly). Joel Ross presents his views on a whole bunch of things this week, including the finer points of VoIP, the iPod's Bluetooth support (or lack thereof...
I am so envious of Adrian Holovaty
Envy, being one of the Seven Deadly Sins, makes for strange behavior patterns within those who exhibit it. It's generally accepted in society that having such feelings are bad for one's moral structure, mental stability, and health. That having been said...
Posted: Sep 25 2005, 10:09 AM by guam-aspdev | with 65 comment(s)
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Porting a cool ASP 3 Google Maps hack to ASP.NET 1.x/2.0
I found a clever video tutorial by Wayne Lambright explaining how to hack the Google Maps API yesterday. It's a very entertaining and practical lesson, written in ASP 3.0, using an Access database, authored in DreamWeaver, and making a SOAP call to a...
RSS feed now available for RossCodeWeekly
My buddy Joel Ross from Grand Rapids, MI, better known for his work with TourneyLogic just setup an RSS feed (nice enough to do it at my personal request through Feedburner) just for his RossCodeWeekly e-zines, which are largely his aggregated thoughts...
Posted: Sep 14 2005, 02:23 PM by guam-aspdev | with no comments
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I'd like to see a Microsoft-supported "control gallery" for AJAX libraries
Some things I've always found helpful are the control galleries on the ASP.NET and Windows Forms web sites, which is a collection of free community-submitted custom server controls, free for public download. This is a great locale I've tapped many times...
CollegeFightSongCast open casting call: send me audio of you doing your best college fight song
On this past Friday's episode of the Digital Pontification , I mentioned how I thought Michigan's "Hail to the Victors" was the best college fight song in all the land. As I'm gearing up for the college football season, I'm now calling on all my listeners...
Post-iTunes 4.9 release downloading surge yields some negative results for podcasters
Leave it to Apple to once again shake up the world . Many of my friends in the podcasting community have written me, extolling their happiness about being listed in the iTunes 4.9 podcast directory and as a result, getting a ton of downloads for their...
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