PowerShell is extremely flexible in what it allows you to do, even allowing you to call static methods on just about any class in just about any assembly. The problem I had was that I couldn’t remember what the syntax was. I seemed to recall that it included a double colon (::) but beyond that […]
Showing 6 results for the month of January, 2008.
This past weekend I was catching up on all things home theater on AVS Forum when I ran across a company (XStreamHD) that is promising to deliver hi-def movies and more via satellite and the Internet to your home. The information provided by the flash content on their web site is pretty impressive. Here’s a […]
Based on the experience of a colleague, I decided to try out Firefox. It was partially motivated by problems he was having viewing my blog in Firefox. Installing it also gave me a way to verify what others see when they view my blog. Some of the add-ons are pretty cool as well. Here are […]
I found the Codelog theme by Alex Günsche two or three weeks ago and have been banging on it to make it do what I want. I’m almost there, but I think my changes are useful enough to release. The two biggest changes I made were to make the theme widget-aware and to support both […]
I’ve been on the prowl for a new theme for this blog and I may just have found it. The Codelog theme by Alex Günsche is simple yet elegant. With just a little bit of customization, I was able to get the results I was looking for. Overall Grade: A Theme URI: http://www.codelog.net/codelog-theme/ Version: 0.1 […]
Dougal Campbell upgraded his Easy Gravatars plugin to include some of the features I added to my version. He didn’t include a couple features I added, however, so I’m finally getting around to merging his changes into mine. His version added: Display image as a link to the comment author’s web site. Allow the image […]