Sierra Nevada for the next week. Sometimes life’s a beach, not bitch…
4km before running out of gas somewhere in the south of spain. It was close…
@kwerfeldein now only tweets in german… Bummer!
Climb all the 8000m mountains, now that’s a lifetime project! http://www.joaogarcia.com
Last.fm now has free tracks! Well… Not completely unlimited free but it’s good enough http://snurl.com/1y4vp
Configuration Section Designer →
Jelle Druyts has released a neat little tool for Visual Studio that allows to easily design and visualize the configuration for a .Net solution, without messing around with ConfigurationSection and ConfigurationElement source files, which is quite handy when things become a bit more complicated. It’s still is in an early stage, but it looks rather promising. Configuration Section Designer
New post: Configuration Section Designer http://snurl.com/1y20v
I want to see my Netvibes in Ginger! http://ginger.netvibes.com/
smells like cake… and it’s not in my house. Damn!
macbook air has no ethernet socket…
One in a million!! →
British twins separated at birth married without knowing of kinship This is what I call a stroke of bad luck, what are the odds of such a thing?…
If you can’t beat them, drug them →
To ease the deportation process the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, between 2003 and 2007, has been injecting detainees with psychotropic drugs while trying to shuttle them out of the country…. Lawsuit: ICE drugging detainees set for deportation - CNN.com [via Zero de Conduta]
Could this be a “LightRoom for Linux”? http://snurl.com/1xnwa
The OpenID is getting more crowded every day. And that’s good news! http://snurl.com/1xnqv
Debug THE .Net! →
Hey, now I can debug the .Net framework or, in other words, now I can’t blame the framework every time I have a problem. .NET Framework Library Source Code now available - ScottGu’s Blog
Yahoo jumps on the OpenID Bandwgon →
I’m in t3mujin’s room on photophlow http://www.photophlow.com/flickr/user/t3mujin
Do Monkeys Pay for Sex? →
“It turns out that one of humanity’s oldest professions may be even older than we thought: In a recent study of macaque monkeys in Indonesia, researchers found that male primates “paid” for sexual access to females — and that the going rate for such access dwindled as the number of available females went up.” How about that?? Do Monkeys Pay for Sex? - TIME
I was looking for a way to manage multiple twitter accounts on my computer, Netvibes does that perfectly and it was right in front of me…
My photos are read to be stolen! http://tinyurl.com/2cjobv
.Net does Dependency Injection →
The next version of Microsoft’s Enterprise Library will include several improvements on the existing blocks and, this is the cherry on the top, a lightweight Dependency Injection container (or Inversion of Control, if you prefer it this way), probably much like the core of Spring.NET. Enterprise Library v4 Product Backlog Technorati Tags: lightweight container, dependency injection, enterprise...
Steal this Image - Creative Commons at its Best... →
Dynamic LINQ (Part 1: Using the LINQ Dynamic Query... →
It’s all about the glass →
Thomas Hawk was interviewed for a Mahalo Daily episode on basic photo tips. All of them are very important and should be followed almost religiously, but one caught my eye: #4: It’s all about the glass This so true! Too often I find myself trying giving the same equipment advice to friends blinded by the quantity of lenses available in some DSLR kits: one good lens is better than two or three...
It’s all about the glass →
Nothing like making your new year resolutions public, or at least part of them… http://snurl.com/1wgq5
Resolution list for 2008 →
A new year is now beginning and that usually means New Years Resolutions, so here are mine, just the geek oriented and in no particular order: Finish TemujinPhoto, finally I’m working on it and in a few weeks I hope to have a working beta. Probably this is the year I’ll take a certification, most likely a Microsoft Certified Professional. Probably… Take photos. Must dive into .Net 3.5 and...
The War in Iraq for Dummies →
Who has the oil versus who spends it… [via Zero De Conduta (in portuguese)]
New Year’s partying is officially over. Today’s cleaning day, tomorrow I’m back to work…