Today Yahoo has launched a new website geared to us, the ladies! The new site, will feature beauty, fashion, health tips, gossip and more.
Shine.Yahoo, will allow us ladies to check our horoscope local weather and it even integrates with other yahoo services such as Yahoo Mail and Buzz. You can even customize the site to show the content you are most interested in. You can also create a blog on Shine.
After reading the various articles on the site over the past hour, I personally have learned a few interesting things about vaccination’s for my kids, so the site has already helped me in a way, I also was able to catch up on the latest gossip in Hollywood.
I won’t be making Shine.Yahoo.com my homepage, but I did bookmark it!
The w1707 webcam from HP will be the first webcam with a 3 MP sensor with Autofocus and 12 MP photo resolution with software interpolation. The camera has a 5x digital zoom and three instant buttons on the top of the camera for Chat, Video and Instant messaging. (Not sure what the difference between Chat and Instant messaging is).
You can also mount the camera on your monitor, or have it sit on your desk or any other flat surface.
Bundled with the camera will be Arcsoft Webcam Companion, Arcsoft Magic-I, Arcsoft VideoImpression, and HP PhotoSmart Essentials.
I always forget how to do this very simple trick with data views so I’m going to blog about it. I have a list on the root site of my primary site collection with all the general purpose links for users that should go on every site. The way I propagate them out to the sub sites is through data views. So how do I achieve this? Lets see here…
I wrote a bit of code this morning to update an old web service I wrote that returns users from active directory along with some key data. If you’re interested in a web service that returns a users account name, phone, email and name read on for the sample! The code is fairly straightforward and self explanatory if you need help just respond back.
HP Small Business has a sale going on specifically for business who just recieved their tax returns.
Some of the sales are avalid until May 31st 2008, with savings of up to $300 USD on some products.
This is it, we are now a month away from the release of Grand Theft Auto 4. My excitement for the game has never been higher. Seeing the final trailer has me really excited for the game once again. With the trailer, Rockstar also announced Social Club. Starting April 15th, players will be able to register their PSN ID or Xbox Live gamertag to the site. It will officially launch on April 29th, alongside the game. For the full story and the trailer, hit the jump!
CNN is reporting, that Cuba President Raul Castro has lifted the ban on Cell Phones for ordinary citizens. Previously only government officials and employees of foreign firms were allowed to have cell phones.
But even though the cell phone ban has been lifted, the price for the service will be so high that the average Cuban will not be able to afford it. On average a Cuban family makes $20 USD a month.
Vista has this nifty new feature that makes it so the default runas command doesn’t work in domain environments. By default it’s now set to only use the local administrator account of the machine rather than an option for any account local or domain as it did before. So, how to work around this little feature you ask. Read on to find out.
Bloomberg is certainly an interesting character, though he’s not the only one who travels through public transportation, I have to hand it to him. He’s seen here riding the NYC Subway, means of trasportation which I am reluctant to compliment; I absolutely hate the MTA service. This picture was captured by an fellow blogger.
So today I had a stupid sharepoint bug, intermittently the homepage would lock up on load for users. So I log into the server and check things out and happen across the IIS Manager where I noticed nothing showed and I got an erroneous error message of “the path specified cannot be used at this time”. This is course was a useless message so I went ahead and did a forced IISRESET /RESTART this did nothing. I then went and dived into the windows application event log. Here I noticed the SharePoint Admin service was locked up, went into services and restarted it and everything is copacetic again and IIS loads fine now. Why the sharepoint admin service would be tied to displaying web applications and application pools in the IIS Admin I DO NOT KNOW.