Monthly Archive: May 2006

I Feel Terrible…

I Feel Terrible…

It was quite disturbing. I was mowing the lawn and ran over a baby rabbit with the lawn mower.  I didn’t see it in the tallish grass and it didn’t move as I approached. Ironically, I probably saved the life...

So, How’s Married Life?

So, How’s Married Life?

I love this reply from Jerry Brown, the mayor of Oakland, in Time magazine this week: It’s a good thing.  There is a certainty, a finality about it.  I was very conscious that it was a vow, and I liked...

Friday Inspiration

Friday Inspiration

There’s a great story about Gilbert Arenas, the Washington Wizard’s guard, on CNNSI today (I’ll paste because it’s in a long-ish article): It’s a little before midnight when Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas enters the practice facility at Washington’s Verizon Center....

Believe!

Believe!

My eyes just teared up (no, really…I’m still kinda all emotional inside) watching the Nintendo E3 press conference intro video…wow, incredibly moving. Amazing. Update: Man, the tears keep coming…I dunno…such a fanboy I guess.  Glorious day!

Asus W5F == Hawt!

Asus W5F == Hawt!

I’m not going to go into a detailed review with performance specs and what not (they’re floating around the web already, no?), but just a quick take. Purchased the notebook last week from Geared2Play (you can find details in this...

Started Working with the NDoc 2 Alpha Build…

Started Working with the NDoc 2 Alpha Build…

Just started. Turns out that it requires “HTML Help 2 Compiler” or “VSHIK”. Having used the previous version of NDoc, I first turned to my VS2005 install CD to see if the help utilities were included but not installed by...

I’ve Done It….

I’ve Done It….

I was tired of working with tools that used XmlSchemaImporter and XmlCodeExporter (XSD.exe and WSCF) to generate code from XSD files.  I’m sure I’m not the only one, as there are other developers that are awaiting a .Net 2.0 version...

Enterprise Library 2.0 Logging Quirks

Enterprise Library 2.0 Logging Quirks

So I’ve been working with Enterprise Library 2.0 (EL2) Logging Application Block recently and I’ve come across some quirks that are puzzling me. First, I’ve been using log4net for most of my logging in the past.  Recently, I’ve taken a...

Random Happenings

Random Happenings

Well, my pineapple died recently. Yes, that’s right, pineapple.  Sometime last year, I decided to start growing a pineapple plant after I picked up a weird interest in growing tropical plants (fruits in particular). Why pineapples?  Well, I found out...