September 2004 - Posts

27 September 2004
Show Me the Funnies
I've officially reached the end of the internet . Ok, not really...but I'm running out of cool/funny/interesting/etc sites to visit. Send me your best links (anything...blogs, humor, whatever), I need new content! Read More...
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27 September 2004
Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Installation -- Round 3
I'm still wrestling with installation of VS.NET 2005...re-dl'd the package, still having the same issues. I'm not the only one running into problems (he had the exact same issues, and I'm having the same issues as this commenter after following the steps outlined in the post). It's baffling as I had no issues with any of the pre-betas whatsoever. I'm about to relegate this to the trash bin and give up; if anyone has successfully installed beta 1, let me know. Cheers. Read More...
26 September 2004
Lingering GMail Invites
I still have 4 GMail invites to dole out...leave a message at the beep if you'd like one. beep... Read More...
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24 September 2004
Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Installation -- Round 2
I'm having no luck...unpacked the ISO, attempted a reinstall, and am getting the following error: --------------------------- Visual Studio 2005 Beta Setup --------------------------- The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code is 2337. --------------------------- OK --------------------------- I have no idea what's up...attempting to re-dl the package and try again. Seems logical enough... Read More...
23 September 2004
Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Installation -- Round 1
Finally got the bits for Beta 1 of VS.NET 2005, and about 20 minutes into the install I get the following error: --------------------------- Visual Studio 2005 Beta Setup --------------------------- Error 1311.Source file not found: z:\vs\_13245_NETCF2_Debugger.msm.cab. Verify that the file exists and that you can access it. --------------------------- Retry Cancel --------------------------- I have a feeling it has more to do with the ISO mounting software I use rather than the VS.NET setup program, however I was trying to avoid having to unpack the enormous 3.5 gig ISO image. So, looks like I get to go that route regardless. Updates as they present themselves... Read More...
23 September 2004
Modest Mouse, Plus Some Thoughts on Music
I generally don't like music with words, I'm more of a musician's musician...tones, chord progressions, creative time signatures, innovative beats...that's what gets me going. In any given day I'll go from listening to Philip Glass to Aphex Twin to any of the jazz greats (Mingus, Ellington, Parker, any of the Marsalis's, etc) to progressive house to 80's (Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, etc), and on and on. Wash, rinse, repeat. I hate the radio, especially since Charlotte is such a small town. Unfortunately, R&B/hip-hop rule the airwaves here (don't get me wrong, I love me some early rap, ala Tribe Called Quest, Digable Planets, The Roots...), and if it's not R&B on the air, it's some new neo wannabe punk band, or some guy droning on and on about how much his life sucks with quasi structured guitar riffs wailing in the background, or the new “Just add a performer“ produced pop band of the week; this is not my idea of music. The last truly innovative band (IMO, and electronica aside)... Read More...
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23 September 2004
GUI Prototypes From MS Research's Daniel Robbins
Daniel C. Robbins (of MS Research fame) has posted some interesting GUI prototypes on his website. There is some pretty cool stuff there, and it will be interesting to see if any of this shows up in future products. Read More...
19 September 2004
The New HP Digital Photography Commercials Rock!
[Update] I finally found them on the HP website ...and I knew I recognized the band in the commercials...it's The Kinks. If you haven't seen these commercials yet, run and check them out...they're great! Does anyone know where I can find these online? Very creative and well done, not to mention a great song that accompanies it. Read More...
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17 September 2004
Raymond Tracks Spam
I don't know where he finds time to track spam , but he does a really good job...very interesting post. Read More...
14 September 2004
Updated MSDN Site...Nice
This is good stuff . Read More...
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