[I couldn’t find a word for “the future” that began with a C.]ChoirYesterday was my first time leading the choir at church. There are 2 choirs, and choir 1 is so much better at arriving for practices than choir 2. Fortunately I was leading choir 1, so we had 15 people there. As a choir, they […]
Last week I’d had enough of not being paid by Sean (for those who know my friends, I’m not talking about Sean Baumann, but rather another Sean from a company that begins with S) If you want some background, here it is: Sean who I’d done work for last year, still has not paid an invoice I […]
Hrm… looks like I got a bit busy this week.MondayHad supper with Christie at home, sorted out some odds and ends in the house, and after dropping her at her home I setup my PC, Hifi, etc (connected the tv, and playstation to the hi-fi)TuesdayLike most days it was busy. I’d organised dinner with an old […]
Its odd how these things happen, just this morning Charlie was asking me how to migrate a PHP website to ASP.Net, and this afternoon I see a link to MSDN’s ASP.Net Migrating article which has links to the “PHP to ASP.Net Migration Guide“
Hey, just after I bought my Dancing Stage Euromix and dance pad (See my “Dancing Barefoot” entry), I see this blog on the X-Box version, titled “Its a revolution…”. I want an X-Box! I want an X-Box! I want an X-Box!
Ever wanted to know how to make the PC “beep” (the windows 2000 default is the “ding” sound), check out the Windows Forms FAQ. Odd that, I just noticed that its a .ASP page, not a .ASPX – but then I guess its a Windows FORMS FAQ, and not an ASP.Net faq. For those who […]
MovingSean Baumann deserves some “respect”. Without him Matthew (and his cousin Roland), and I would not have moved 1/2 the stuff we did on Saturday. Matt and I started with a small load of Roland’s to their Matt, Bryan and Roland’s place in Sunninghill, while Sean packed most of my stuff from his place into […]
A while ago I read an article on /. about finding bargains on e-bay. Basically, people upload auctions which have badly spelled descriptions, like “labtop” instead of “laptop”. They get very few people looking at them because the item names/descriptions are spelled incorrectly.Looking at the stats for my site (digitaltinder.com), I noticed some interesting mis-spellings that […]