SharpReader is a RSS feed reader, very, very useful if you read a lot of newssites and blogs like I do: Get it here
This site lists lots of official and unofficial Google parodies. Google in different languages, dialects etc. Some cool official ones:Bork, bork, bork!G00g13Elmer FuddKlingon:D
I once wrote something about how much you hate those MSN nicknames and looks what happens. All my referrers come from search engines with search phrases like “msn nicknames”. Which is a circular process, as the more people come here referred by one of those keywords, the more times those keywords appear on my frontpageContinue reading “This is how to drive traffic to your site”
Frans Bouma writes about things he thinks should change in newer Visual Studio and .NET releases here, some interesting ones: .NET API Make all classes unsealed Make more classes serializable More classes should have abstract methods and virtual methods Implement more base classes Pay more attention when designing namespaces Add an API to work with XMLContinue reading “Things that should change in VS.NET/.NET in general”
Somebody pointed me to this bit hostile, but “funny” game. The idea is simple, you’re in a car and you have to run over people… Indeed, it’s the most sophisticated game ever known to mankind and you can play it here.
To provide (still beta) PDF functionality in KeyTopic I used iText. OnJava now features an article that shows you how it works and how you can easily create free PDF documents from your application.
Steve Ferris has connected 13 monitors to his PCs, the results can be seen here. Cool…
At June the 22nd of 1983, today exactly 20 years ago I was born. And the world never was the same, ever again. Good or bad, you decide.
Want to debug your regexes, try this nice automaton based regular expression programme, written in Java: JRexx. Java Webstart
Tom’s hardware features an article about the new upcoming windows file system. It’s no longer structured using directories, but as a relational databse structure. Read it here