I was looking for something equivalent to the inline CSS editor you can find already for Firefox.
Now I think I found the one with DOM Helper. The latest version has been rewritten in C# so even better :-)
So it seems this February is not yet finish and more new rumors are spreading fast.
First Apple and the mystery invitation launched by Steve Jobs for next week, where the rumor seems to be the main way of communication today (apparently bets are on a new iPod Video or a new Mac Mini).
Now Microsoft seems to be interested by this form of viral marketing with the Origami project. Many bloggers have reported about a website owned by Microsoft with some cryptic message diluted every week. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed to know more about it.
Paul McNamara have some insight about the mystery project and this could be linked to some kind of new device, PocketPC size. Anyway if you look at the site, it make sense for me that the circles linked together look like some connectivity. Anyway the site says that everything will be reveal on the 2nd of March.
Hey Robert Scoble any hint on this project ;-)
Rumor is surely now a full marketing tool for all the big guns.
We like in INDA to record our speakers on video. Always a great way to remember some great events.
Check them now on Developers.ie
Someone on the Atlas forums was interested in an Atlas progress bar. So,Wilco Bauwer (Developerfusion) went ahead and wrote a basic, client-side Atlas progress bar. If you want, you can also download the source.
This time it's a wiki and group everything you can imagine about CSS on one handy page.
A new converter VB to C# and vice versa is available, Dot Net Taxi. Compatible also with generics and .Net 2.0
Another idea to show your visits is this cool service ClustrMaps. See it on my blog on the left.
Go there for more info.
If you have some time and you want to help Microsoft testing Commerce Server 2006 go to this page to sign up for a beta test.
I just discovered this interesting blog on Team System and just want to share :-)
Good news because the previous version I used on my imate Jasjar is really buggy.