A few years ago, NPR and American RadioWorks ran a story on the consequences to New Orleans of a Category 5 hurricane [NPR part 1] [NPR part 2]. I had been hoping that the city would escape the worst-case scenario of the water topping the levees and submerging the city in twenty feet of water,
On more than one occasion, I’ve seen someone ask a question like this:
I have some procedure that generates strings dynamically, and I want a formula that takes a string and produces a small unique identifer for that string (a hash code),
NPR’s Only a Game recently covered the rise of adult dodgeball. At MSN‘s tenth birthday party last week, there was a wide variety of entertainment options, the highlight of which appeared to be an organized dodgeball tournament. It was very well attended and didn’t have the ego-damaging overtones you got from elementary school.
Most people probably haven’t noticed this, but there was a change to the requirements for file type handlers that arrived with Windows XP SP 2: Paths to programs now must be fully-qualified if they reside in a directory outside of the Windows directory and the System directory.
Danny Glasser piles on.
Because it once was, though no longer is.
Marymoor Park just keeps getting better.
Just this year, they added a little Subway sandwich shop, so you don’t even have to pack for a picnic in the park. Next, free Wi-Fi (sponsored by MSN). Then movies in the park (sponsored by First Tech Credit Union).
Late Tuesday night, Jenny Lam, the creative director for this year’s PDC, came by our hallway and asked for permission to rummage through our offices for “stuff”. They were looking for props to use to decorate a developer’s cubicle in a video they were filming for the conference.
Not everything related to the Windows 95 launch went well. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that a local CompUSA store found that their cash registers crashed at midnight, forcing eager customers to wait ninety minutes before the problem could be resolved.
Every Wednesday evening in August of this year, Marymoor Park will be showing a movie. Tonight’s movie is Bend It Like Beckham. The movie begins at dusk, and a $5 donation is suggested, proceeds to be shared between the park and a local charity.