This is a great way to turn trash into something useful. Would be great to make a couple of these with faces for a party and just leave them running.
Note to self-turn Sol onto this.
Rollyo: Roll Your Own Search Engine
Holy crap. This seems to be so awesome.
It uses yahoo’s engine to search your terms at a specific number of websites. You can have topic specific search from sources you trust – it would be nice if OutFoxed linked in with this.
Seems like this is sort of OPML like – I can trust Debra Messing to be concerned with online shopping for hoity toity clothes and let her maintain her list of great places to search for clothes.
I can create a list of places that sell computer bits, and aggregate searches here.
What other things do you search for at multiple places? Is google the end of the search for you always?
Sam and I are going with friends to the carnival in Brazil. We’ll be in Rio and someplace in Bahia. I’ll be offline and without cellphone. If you know of some great thing in Brazil to check out, or if there is something legal you want me to bring back, please let me know before friday.
I’ll be gone Friday, Feb 24th and back Monday, March 5th.
Burglars, please note: I don’t have much valuable stuff and our attack cats will be on patrol. You’ve been warned.
Feature from PC Magazine: Build It: A Homemade Media Center PC
Actually, this is just a test of a script change to make blogger’s blogthis extension play nice with the greasemonkey script I use for tagging.
Edit: the test worked. But I’m going to read that article anyway.
I’m putting together a utility at work that generates stylesheets given the output of a stored procedure in xml. There are a lot of choices on how to represent this.
I thought a tree-view would be nice (like the left hand side of windows explorer), but it looks like there is no good way to bind a tree view to the contents of an xml document without changing that document. Very odd, since a tree is the most natural way to present an XML document.
So for now, I’m going with a list of fields available and adding them to a datagrid view. All of this would be easier with .net 2.0, but it’s politically unsound to be playing with the new toys if you are as junior as I am.
Of course, I joined up. Cilantro is the worst flavoring ever. It’s always being snuck into my food.
I hate cilantro.