The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill is hosting a Weblogs In Journalism Conference Jan 26 & 27. Topics range from how to actually setup a weblog, the process of writing in a weblog, and some of the issues associated with bloging. I’m not a journalist and I’ve missed the registration deadline but it […]
January 25, 1925 Inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, and his assistant, Thomas A. Watson, talk by telephone to each other over a 3,400-mile wire between New York and San Francisco. This marks the first transcontinental telephone service. The two held the first wire conversation in 1876 when they spoke over a two-mile wire […]
If you’re not signed ip yet, get on it before it’s too late! January 19-23, 2004 is MSDN’s ASP.net Webcast week. I just enjoyed an excellent presentation by Jim Blizzard on ASP.Net State Management. it was great that he even referenced Rory’s blog in the presentation for more information on an example. The code samples […]
UPDATE: It sounds like a number of us from the TRINUG user group are going to be attending. If you’re planning on going let me know and we can all try to get together. Durham, NC – Tuesday, March 9, 2004 Marriott Durham at the Civic Center 201 Foster Street Durham, NC 27701 Register Now!
Every so often I notice people talking about having web sites and email messages provide a simple way of adding items to an outlook schedule. Some MSDN event reminders from Microsoft provide something like this, while others seem not to. The following code can be used to have a website send a .vcal file that […]
Here’s a great link to information on system.web.mail for .Net developers.
1/14/2004 – What’s New in Delphi 8 for .Net The presentation will feature a discussion of the new features found in Delphi for .net. The presentation will feature a discussion of the new features found in Delphi for .net. There will be demos of the product running in the .net environment, including ASP.net, database connectivity, […]
Regulators in the US and other nations are considering regulations and charging fees to providers similar to those imposed on the traditional telephone companies. This reminds by of the early internet days when telcos screamed for regulations as up and comers became industry leaders overnight. For many telcos, these threats appeared to be nothing more […]
Loren over at Incremental Blogger has posted a screen shot of WebCamNotes, an ink blogging application and a few others like Julia Lerman are working on them as well. I think the concept of ink blogging is extremely cool. As somebody that believes very strongly about the potential of that tablet pc, I think ink […]
Microsoft Dev Days 2004 will be making a local stop in Durham, NC on March 9th. The official word on the event is: DevDays 2004 promises to be one of the most rewarding events of the year for professional developers. With a focus on building secure Smart client and Web applications using the Visual Studio […]