UPDATE: It’s been posted! Check it out here. Bottom row on the left…
We’re not Afraid!
This is an amazing idea. Here is my contribution in case it doesn’t get picked…
Large Pic without the text
[Update]…I heard back already. They are going to post it in the next few days. [/Update]
[Update2] I am going to add a link to the large version of that picture, without the text, in case anyone wants a copy. [/Update2]
Longhorn 5086 Pics
Not really anything new to see, and this build is quite old…but still vaguely pretty to look at.
Worry is one of the hardest emotions.
Sometimes you can do something to alleviate it.
Longhorn Beta Schedule Revealed
According to my sources at Microsoft, the software giant has set its sights on July 27, 2005 as the release date for Longhorn Beta 1, though obviously that date could slip if the company is unable to hit internal bug requirements. …As far as the Beta 1 schedule goes, Microsoft’s test teams are required to complete testing by July 22, but they need to achieve the “0 active bug” designation in order to ship Beta 1. On Monday, there were 123 active bugs in the Beta 1 fork. That number had dropped to 86 by Tuesday.
I was just amazed when I saw this picture…WARNING: itâ€™s HUGE
So it’s official…I am slower than hell. I am just now getting around to posting these screen shots even though they have been out and about for a few days now. Anyways, enjoy…no word on a leak of this build yet though.
The Flash Version of the Pics
The PHP Version of the Pics
Yes…I in fact have too much time on my hands so I decided to make 2 versions of the pictures for your viewing pleasure.
Be Your Own Hotspot – Popular Science
Turn a backpack into a portable, solar-powered Wi-Fi hotspot, and share a high-speed connection anywhere…
I would so love to do this.
Fully integrated CSS vs. Tables
The terms, CSS and CSS-P (or full css) are two very different things in this article. The term “CSS” is more of the regular CSS used for font styles and the like. The term, “CSS-P”, is specifically referring to use of <div> tags to replace <table> tags. This article challenges CSS-P, not CSS.
A rather interesting read regarding the actual benefits of using full CSS tables…
The Road to Gold: The development of Windows XP Reviewed
Maybe this is only interesting to me, but nonetheless …here is the development history that Windows XP went through to get to it’s release.
goowy mail – Email in a Flash!
Wow…what an absolute nightmare, and a horrible idea. If you like “pretty things” then feel free to try this out…otherwise prepare to want to gouge your eyes out with a spoon…this is just horrid.