Found this in comp.databases.ms-access: Altova producers of Altova XMLSPY, the world’s leading XML (eXtensible Mark-up Language) development environment, today announced that the Home Edition of its award-winning XMLSPY product is now being offered to the public through a FREE software license. What’s also pretty cool is that the EULA is available on their web site […]
My Toshiba e805 arrived home yesterday, after its second trip to Toshiba for repair.I’m not sure what they did the first time, but it didn’t fix the problem. This time I called and found out they replaced the motherboard. Hopefully this time it’s fixed for good.
Jamie is looking for better style sheet support/creation, Alex Malek, Program Manager with the FrontPage team. says that is great feedback and he’s passed it on to the product team. Jonathan Hardwick, Software Architect, has started a FrontPage Feedback page.
I wonder how long my DSL will stay up?
TechNet Webcast: Customizing SharePoint Portal Server 2003 with FrontPage 2003 – Level 200 May 26, 200411:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Pacific Time Microsoft Office System Webcast: FrontPage and Search Engines–More than Metatags – Level 200 June 15, 200411:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Pacific Time Microsoft Office System Webcast: Using Multimedia in FrontPage for WOW! Now […]
John Durant posts about a new FrontPage article on MSDN: Customizing Code Snippets in FrontPage 2003 You should try it – you’ll like it. I did some work in customizing the FrontPage Accessibility Checker and it was a great learning experience.
My sister’s dentist told her that and boy, is it true. Take good care of your teeth – you don’t want to go through what I’ve just been through. On April 29th, I had oral surgery to have two implants put in. I’d already had two, done at separate times with local anesthesia. This time […]
A few weeks ago, I reported the passing of my Toshiba e805 PocketPC. I returned it Toshiba for repair and got it back on Friday. I set it up and reinstalled ActiveSync on Saturday, and by Saturday night at 10 pm, I had had to ‘soft reset’ it 6 times – it kept locking up […]
Links to this month’s Microsoft Security Bulletin Summaries can be found at Jerry Bryant’s blog. What are you waiting for?
Contrary to the remarks it made to the ComputerTimes, Microsoft now claims that it will not permit users who have obtained Windows XP illegally to upgrade to its latest service release. Instead, the software giant will continue to enforce compliance with its licensing. In a nutshell, Microsoft group product manager Barry Goffe told ComputerTimes […]