This is my baby girl Hazy. She is the best little baby.
My wife is a former biologist and full-time artist and mother. Her website (http://www.lisakarenward.com) was comprised of static pages designed in iWeb 2.x. Making changes to her site, especially changes iWeb wasn’t designed to implement, caused several issues:
I was recently asked to determine why one of our mail domain users was receiving hundreds of bounced messages in their inbox. As it turns out, their address is being spoofed by a spammer. Long story short, we needed to implement an SPF record in our DNS settings. But that’s not what I found interesting.
I was in need of a WPF color picker control and settled on the Extended WPF Toolkit. Note that I didn’t say that I settled for – simply put, the controls in this collection are amazing for the price.
I run my own server at home, and host my site on it. The WHS software provides a subdomain on the homeserver.com domain. Browsing this domain from within my network has always caused problems – essentially, my browser ends up showing me my router’s configuration page.
Check out this article from Wired magazine on Google’s data centers.
I’m working on a project developing an application for a touch-screen interface. As such, all of my screen elements are BIG, to accommodate navigation via touch. It occurred to me that I could save space by eliminating labels for textboxes. Of course, I don’t really want to have a bunch of textboxes with no way of knowing which textbox is for which bit of data. I wanted a way to have the textbox display default text when it’s empty, but to allow for otherwise normal input. I chose to implement both the OnTextChanged and PreviewTextInput methods to accommodate this functionality.