My current ISP is Earthlink and, like many ISPs, they’ve starting blocking outbound SMTP traffic on port 25, so that means I can’t my mail.franksworld.com as my mail server. Over the last few days, I’ve been having trouble sending out emails from the office with Outlook 2003. For some reason,...
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A friend of mine sent me this Flash Animation showing what ordering a pizza might be like in the not too distant future.
With BlogMap you can register your blog’s location and see who’s around you. According to BlogMap, I have 7 neighbors, one of which is another .NET guy. He even has a good article on NUnitASP testing. You can browse blogs by country or directly in the US by entering your...
MSDN Channel9‘s forums now support the TabletPC’s digital ink. As Scoble put it, “Welcome to the Inkernet“
Microsoft just issued the security updates for April, five of which are critical. So, patch up today!
I came across this site today: C# Code Snippets. From detecting a USB drive insert/removal event to burning CD’s from within your .NET application, this site has a lot of useful code snippets.
Many of you already know about Google’s new map service and it’s killer feature: click and dragging around. But they’ve recently added a new feature: satellite imagery. It’s amazing to see familiar places from a satellite’s perspective and it’s even more amazing to the detail of the images available to...
Channel9 was launched a year ago. I can’t imagine a day going by without me stopping by to learn something new. I’ve been on Channel9 from pretty much day one. In case you’re wondering: my user id there is FrankieFresh. 😉 [found via Paul Mooney]
Great intro video on Channel9 about the forthcoming SOA technology. I do so love Channel9. If the video gets you interested, then come to the Indigo Presentation in Reston, VA next month.
North Jersey code slinger, Miguel Castro, was recently awarded MVP status from Microsoft. Congrats to Miguel on acheiving MVP status!