Shawn Wildermuth

Author, Teacher, and Filmmaker
.NET Foundation Board Member

The Blog

My Rants and Raves about technology, programming, everything else...


SharePoint and "Debugging is not supported under this trust level"

Url: http://realise-systems.net/blog/jsaull/archive/...

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Wacked!

 

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Geek Dinner Prolog

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Can You Build a Productivity "Suite" with Two Applications?

Url: http://www.apple.com/iwork/

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Atlanta Geek Dinner

Url: http://nerddinner.com/blogs/atlanta/archive/200...

I hope everyone is ready.  We're changing places.  I have a reservation at the 5 Season's Brewing Company

5600 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: (404) 255-5911

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My Compact Framework Database Article is Up

Url: http://www.devsource.com/article2/0,1759,174964...

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The Demo Gods are Angry at CES

Url: http://metahost.savvislive.com/microsoft/200501...

Here is video of Gate's MCE demo at CES.  Not only a MCE crash, but also an XBox crash later on in the day.  Very embarassing.  But it isn't without a precedent:

Windows 98 BSOD

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Tivo v. ReplayTV...Take 2

After a relatively happy honeymoon, my marriage to the new Tivo is on the rocks.  I've been spoiled.  ReplayTV just does what I expect, with less of the intrusive advertising of Tivo.  Here are my sticking points:

So this leaves me with two options, go back to my ReplayTV (luckily I still have it), or see what a Windows Media Center Edition box with the XBox MCE Extender will do for me.  For now I am probably just going to get the ReplayTV going again, and look at the MCE for the future.

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New Microsoft Home Page?

Url: http://www.microsoft.com/

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January Geek/Nerd Dinner

Url: http://nerddinner.com/blogs/atlanta/archive/200...

Plan to meet Atlanta area geeks at January's Geek/Nerd dinner on January 13th! 

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RoboSapien

Url: http://www.robosapien.com/

So it's Christmas day and I received a RoboSapien from my brother.  It takes me back to my first 'Programmable' toy back in the eighties.  Much more limited than the RoboSapien, the Big Trak was a tank that you could specify it to move forward, back, turn left and right, and fire a fake laser:

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