Monthly Archive: November 2006

EditPlus Rocks!

EditPlus Rocks!

Not that EditPlus didn’t rock before, but it’s rockin’ even harder now with the release of version 2.3! Two of the biggest features are the addition of indentation based collapsable code regions (I’ve already got collapse/expand hotkeyed!) and “Copy as...

Down on ASP.Net

Down on ASP.Net

First, some random stuff.  I got a free t-shirt from Newegg yesterday and I didn’t even have to buy anything!  It turns out that scammers have been using Newegg’s domain in phishing attacks.  As I was reading through this, I...

Quote of the Day #001

Quote of the Day #001

From November 20 issue of Time: I also am in favor of toppling dictators, establishing democracy and watching it spread painlessly throughout every region where there is no experience of it.  Not only that: I am in favor of turning sand...

Upstream, Red Team!

Upstream, Red Team!

Go RU! Who would have thunk it? The amazing thing is how much attention, both locally and nationally this has garnered.  All of the digital signs on the Turnpike declared “Go Rutgers!”; it kind of caught me off guard. Now...

Bill Simmons: NBA Week 1

Bill Simmons: NBA Week 1

I just had to share, a really humorous look at the week that was in the NBA. http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/061108&lpos=spotlight&lid=tab2pos2

An Early Look At JavaScript 2

An Early Look At JavaScript 2

There’s a slide deck over at the Mozilla deverloper site that covers some of the changes/additions/bugfixes to be found in JavaScript 2.  It’s interesting and worth taking a look. With IE7 just out the door, I wonder if JS2 will...

Spirit and Opportunity (a Tribute)

Spirit and Opportunity (a Tribute)

16,500,000,000. 16.5 Billion US dollars. That’s the budget assigned to NASA, all of NASA, for 2006. With this relatively miniscule budget, some of the brightest engineers in the world are asked to scrape by on what amounts to table scraps....