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Console Event Handling

Introduction At one point or another, most software developers have written a console application.  It might have been while you were learning how to write software or, even more recently, as ...

Presenting tonight at the North Dallas .NET User Group

If your in the Dallas area (or more specifically, the North Dallas area), swing by NDDNUG tonight for my presentation on developing for Windows Vista using Visual Studio 2005.  (Of course discussin...

A "Secret" Movie

So I saw Transformers the other day.  It was a pretty decent movie except the director bought into the ill conceived idea that shaking the camera all around would somehow make the action ...

Technology Avalanche

I have to admit that lately I've been feeling a little overwhelmed by the amount of new technology that I need to grok in order to stay ahead of the curve.  In a relatively short window of...

Comments are back!

I know a lot of people that will be happy to know (thus why I'm pointing it out here) that anonymous comments on AddressOf.com have returned.  Based on a recommendation given by Scott...

It's about time!

I'm a huge fan of the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic keyboard.  It's about time people like me get a wireless option. ;-) Introducing the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000.  It's sup...

GotDotNet, may you rest in peace

In an effort to preserve some of the contributions I made to GotDotNet, I'm making them available here. Windows Media Player 9 Series Metadata Sample [2/9/2003] This is a port of the WmpML C++ samp...

"Blocked" by Windows Vista at startup? (Hack)

So you have an application that is "blocked" at startup by Windows Vista.  Every time you have to restart the computer, you see the bubble displayed in the lower right hand corner of the scree...

Didn't go to Tech-Ed 2007?

If you didn't get the opportunity to attend Tech-Ed 2007 (or you somehow missed the keynote), you can watch it here.  If you don't have time to watch the whole thing, at least take the time to...

Adventures in Windows Vista (x64) - Part 3

I've been running Vista x64 for about a month now.  So far it's been a pretty painless experience.  Here are a few updates: Software Compatibility I continue to be amazed by the amount of...