May 2003 - Posts
I surely missed a post but what's happen to Sam Gentile blog?
Good job Scott, just check my blogs and just noticed after an hour that the site has moved to a new place ;-)
USB RAID is not an option? Think twice :-).
Funny. Next time I will do a Raid with my 5 toasters ;-)
I promise this is the last one, but this one is really cool ;-)
If you are like myself, under the invasion of these pesky programs which start when your PC log on./start on, you can use this useful little app Startup control Panel
LOL ;-) No it's serious read this
Jesse you were right ! Why doing things complicated when you can make life so simple.
In my popup dilemna, I was doing the wrong thing, trying to fight against the client side opening window ;-)
Now it's cleverly good. I save the vote after the button event is fired and I open the popup window only after. so easy ;-)
Private Sub but_click_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles but_click.Click
' I do my databse update there ...
' And OI open the window just after
Dim MyScript As New StringBuilder
But I will try later on the first solution (just for the fun) from Jesse.
A device that allows people to monitor the damage passive smoking is doing to them could add fuel to the debate over whether smoking should be banned in public places.
Dublin-based researchers at the Media Lab Europe are developing a wearable gadget that takes readings of the amount of carbon monoxide and other particles given off by cigarette smoke.
It will allow people, especially those that work in smoky environments, to see how much damage passive smoking is doing them.
"Once a bartender knows how much he is inhaling, it might change his opinion on a ban," Jamie Rasmussen, a researcher at Media Lab Europe told the BBC's Go Digital programme.
SQLServercentral have a nice test to check your skills on SQL.
On 769 participants until now 9 came with the perfect score !
sure I am not one of them ;-)
"Sonic Mobility today announced that sonicadmin software has been selected by Microsoft to power its new Windows Server 2003 Mobile Admin Pack. Microsoft’s new Windows Server 2003 Mobile Admin Pack is designed to give administrators everything they need to access and manage their server(s) in one complete remote access solution. The Mobile Admin Pack offers an administrator secure access to Windows Server 2003 by simply using a Pocket PC handheld (with sonicadmin) to remotely perform critical server management tasks anytime, from virtually anywhere. The Mobile Admin Pack is a Windows Server 2003 promotional bundle will be available beginning in June to qualified Microsoft customers in the US and will include a Dell (NASDAQ : DELL) Axim X5 300 Mhz Pocket PC, a D-Link Wireless 2.4 GHz Compact Flash Adapter for PDAs, and the Sonic Mobility 2.8 Microsoft Mobile Admin Pack.
...The Microsoft Mobile Admin Pack will be available beginning in June at a special Windows Server 2003 launch promotional price of just $159 (a $962 value) for qualified Microsoft US Medium Business customers that have acquired Windows Server 2003 on a Microsoft Volume License. It will be limited to the first 1,000 participants."
Again only available for US Arghh :-))
Source : PocketPC thoughts
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