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The Great Podcasting Debates Rory Blyth is a funny guy

I’ve read a little of both sides of the Podcasting debates and I can tell you that I really don’t care one way or another.  It’s not something that I’m really interested in, I don’t really see it affecting me in the near future (but I said the same…

I'm a little horse today... he he he

Sorry, it’s an old (and very bad) joke and I couldn’t resist. Seriously, I am very hoarse today because I spent last night at Paul Brown Stadium watching the Cincinnati Bengals kick some Denver Bronco butt on Monday Night Football!  Apparently I must…

Creating a PDF with SQL Server Stored Procs (and nothing else)

I found this beauty today via Mike Gunderloy’s Daily Grind : http://ryanfarley.com/blog/archive/2004/10/25/1127.aspx Nice. I will have to play around with this a bit.  Could prove to be useful.

Google Desktop uninstalling already? Not surprising.

I read a post  by Matt Hawley yesterday that he was uninstalling the Google Desktop because he had some security concerns and he specifically pointed to this post by Franci Penov . Those are exactly the type of reasons that I didn’t install it…

"I want to atrieve my car!"

This version of the story is pretty funny, but the one being shown on the local news is hilarious even though it doesn’t cast a very nice light on Miami University (my alma mater BTW). Apparently the guy got drunk, forgot where he put his car…

Cincinnati gets the Beer Hall of Fame

WooHoo!! Cincinnati beat out 60 other US cities to get the Beer Hall of Fame ! Interesting quote from the article:  …when the Germans came to Cincinnati back in the mid to late 1800s they were thirsty. “The per capita beer consumption in Cincinnati…

New Cincinnati .NET User Group

For those local Cincinnati area developers that read my blog but not James Avery’s (all two of you), he is starting a new  Cincinnati .NET User Group (CINNUG) . The first meeting will be November 16th, at 6:00 PM at MAX Technical Training in…

Keeping it simple Preach on, brother!

Paul Wilson writes about keeping software (and especially APIs) simple .  I may not be completely on the same side of his ongoing O/R mapper discussions, but I’m totally on board with his ideas on this subject.

Round-up of Rich Text Editor Controls

We, Onlinefocus , are trying to standardize on one Rich Text Editor type of control.  Being the lead developer who will be implementing them, by default I am in charge of choosing which one it will be.  I still hoping to find an article where…

Public thank you to Clark

I would like to thank Clark of Marpanhou for being my one true subscriber - I can tell by the occasional “My Yahoo“ hit showing up in my blog stats.  Thanks, Clark.  You make it all worthwhile :) BTW, if you need any SQL Server setup, SQL query…