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#TipTuesday: Print Preview

“There’s been a terrible mistake!” Chad exclaimed. “My GIS print is still chopping off my markup, doesn’t look anything like my screen, and is zoomed in too far!” 159 more words

GIS

Concurrent and continuous asynchronous WebClient requests in Windows Phone

Since the third week of April NaNoWriMo Camp, during which I disgracefully failed to reach half of my original word count yet another time, I have been wasting my time on the long overdue interest in ASP.NET web design and, in a tad bit of nostalgia, in Windows Phone app development. 1,179 more words

Programming

Review - Hayu Reality TV Subscription Service

Hiii guys,

So you all know I am a self-confessed reality TV addict. Human beings and their behaviours fascinate me. I am a naturally curious person and so love hearing stories from people of all walks of life. 542 more words

Ramblings/Musings

The Semester Is Finished!

Yes! I am so taking a break after all this crap. Tuesday, expect some visitation to your blogs and updates. Course I still work weekends. 90 more words

In Real Life

Endtime for QuickTime?

The only time that I have visited Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino was to talk to the QuickTime product manager.

This was way back in the heady days of 1996, when QuickTime was five years old. 517 more words

Technology

In Silverlight, how to launch / navigate to another page?

System.Windows.Browser.HtmlPage.Window.Navigate(new Uri( "http://www.google.com" ),
   "_blank"
   );


IT WILL OPEN GOOGLE.COM IN NEW BROWSER TAB
SILVERLIGHT