I've posted a new blog entry about creating sharepoint web parts in c#, covering some of the initial questions I had when I started out. Go there
(Almost) half way through Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.
What an enormous book.
That is all.
Originally posted at https://learningpossibilities.lpplus...intandweb.aspx for LearningPossibilities. Sharepoint and web 2.0
I’ve always wondered what it is about web 2.0 that people in education are so fascinated about. There are lots of articles out there about the history of the Web, of Darcy DiNucci originally coining the term (1999) and then Tim O’Reilly pushing the term in the O’Reilly Web 2.0 Conference in 2004. Google, Bing and Yahoo! them for
My opinion of Brother printers is well known to my employers and to anyone who has read more than a few of my forum posts so todays weird task was rather strange.
At one site we have many Brother HL-20X0x series printers which routinely work fine, fine being a loose definition of cheap and only likely to jam once or twice a day. They also have a nasty little habit of burning out or cooking their paper sensor, oddly the newer ones more so than the originals. Originally Posted by Mary Shelly You will rejoice
Updated 26th April 2010 at 10:37 PM by SYNACK
Today I attended the first edIT roadshow in Auckland, it was held at the Ellerslie Event Centre which pleasantly had lots of parking available and because of its scheduled start time did not involve an extra hour of wadeing through traffic to get to. 13:30 - Registration
Arriving in plenty of time I wandered up to the second floor and was presented with a 'goodie bag' containing a lanyard, several flyers for the featured products and some free stuff including a micro mouse from
Updated 21st April 2010 at 04:16 PM by SYNACK
Unless you have been under a rock over the weekend, you will have heard of the Eyjafjallajoekull volcano blowing it's top. Ironically, World Earth Day is this Thursday giving Geography or Library departments a perfect chance to run displays based on current events. What ideas could you use? Teach pupils to say the name correctlyExplain how to spot the ash by looking for the sky going from blue to grey as you look towards the horizonExplain how volcanoes work and the effectsWhat
Well, Shaun worked his magic for sure From the day we went live with v4.0 we've seen an almost 100% jump is visitor numbers with (on Tuesday) a record of 29,883 unique visitors coming to the site. Usually we get about 17,000 unique visitors per day, and we've been though the analytics, botth Google and Woopra and it's not an error, we really are getting that big. We are also creeping up the net rankings and we are currently (according to Alexa.com) ranked at 32,153 on the net. This puts us in
New blog post over at Grumbledook Blogs
Well, I've just been a pit of a Tail Spin over an interesting problem.
We had a scheduled power outage this weekend due to electrical work on site. So on Saturday morning I was in to shut down all the servers and then back again in the afternoon to start them all up again. Thankfully, no hard drive failures this time and all seemed well.
Came in this morning to an interesting problem; some people couldn't access their e-mail as Outlook 2007 was complaining that it
I have moved my blog to http://localzuk.com, to allow me to host various bits of software and the like easily.