Thankfully I’ve had very few of these kinds of clients.
I happened to come across this article Accessing external data using the IN clause by the Access product group recently again. I thought I’d do a blog posting describing how I use the IN clause to update tables in the Granite Fleet Manager when the user installs a new version. Then, as I scrolled down the blog posting, I realized that I was the first person to comment and that the comment was going to be this blog posting. So now I’ve saved myself the time and effort. <smile>
vbMAPI – Outlook Security Evader for Office / VBA and classic VB6 Another interesting product by Wayne Phillips.
Thanks to fellow MVP Alex Dybenko for noticing this.
Why You Should Never, Ever Pay More Than $10 For HDMI Cables and avoid Monster Cables. (I’ve seen some very “interesting” comments regarding Monster Cables over the years.) This sure sounds like the Denon AK-DL1 cable I blogged about a while back which was nothing but a 1.5 meter RJ-45 cable for $500.
I also didn’t realize that HDMI cables were all digital either. But then I don’t have an HDMI capable device yet.