Archive for December, 2009

Dec 16 2009

Firefox 3.5.6 works in Expression Web 3 SuperPreview

The Expression Web Team blog blogged last month about a Firefox bug their customers encountered using SuperPreview with Firefox version 3.5.5.  With the newest release of Firefox 3.5.6, the Mozilla team has fixed the bug. They recommend that you update to this latest version of Firefox 3.5 to use it again in SuperPreview. More at: […]

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Dec 15 2009

Express yourself for less

From now until December 28, 2009, Expression Web 3 and Expression Studio 3 (Full & upgrade) are 30% off at the Microsoft Store.   This promotion is US only and requires no promo code.

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Dec 14 2009

A new item for my Bucket List – Peeps opens a store in Maryland

  I just read at PSFK that Peeps has opened a store in Oxon Hill, Maryland. They will sell much more than Peeps – my favorite candy of all time. According to The Washington Post, the store will carry more than just the standard birds and bunnies, but will highlight the recent fascination over  Peep’s […]

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Dec 11 2009

2 New Ruminations from the Expression Web support team: Expression Web 3 Crashes and How to Customize the ASP.Net Calendar Control

Expression Web 3 crashes while starting up on Windows XP SP3 When launching Expression Web 3 after a successful installation, Expression Web 3 may crash with the following error dialog: “Microsoft Expression Web 3 has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.” Follow this link for more info and […]

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Dec 08 2009

Looking for a new home for “Baby”

Published by under Miscellaneous

I recently relocated from Connecticut to North Carolina, and left my daughter’s cat, Baby, in a kennel in Middletown, CT, with the understanding that my daughter would be picking her up in the middle of December. My daughter’s plans and living arrangements have changed, and she is not able to take her. Baby is a […]

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Dec 05 2009

Add USB to your wall outlets – No Hacking Needed!

Published by under Gadgets

    Now this is cool. The TruePower UCS power outlet is available for pre-order from FastMac for $10 a pop, the outlet is not only easier than building your own, but it’s as cheap or even cheaper and doesn’t displace the AC outlets. Just swap the outlet and you’ve got two USB power ports […]

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