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Google has a new blog for the Google Custom Search Engine program. Always good to have more Google blogs. Get the feed.
Among the differences between version 1.1 and 2.0 of .NET Framework is the many new controls.
ASP.NET 2.0 introduced the CompilationMode attribute to let the developers decide how to compile individual pages, user controls and master pages.
Adobe Announces Availability of Acrobat 8 Software to Rave Reviews from Customers! It’s a great new release (we’ve been using it internally for a while and I am very impressed with this new version).
Joe Kraus of JotSpot announces on the official Google blog that Google has acquired them.
The GridView control (as well as the DataGrid) has a way of defining the style of every other row of the grid.
I’ve done a lot of web services during the last couple of years and I simply love Service Oriented Architecture using SOAP.
In the good name of internet security, Microsoft added a feature in Internet Explorer that disables automatic activation of objects. All objects in an HTML <object> tag is affected and that includes Java applets and Adobe Flash content.
Gogole Maps had one incredibly annoying feature: Click the name of your search result in the balloon on the map, and get transported to a new page with more info on the result, including a mini-map and search results. While the more info page was very useful, the fact that it was a new page and appeared in the same tab made it very annoying, since you had to go Back to the map, and hope it reloaded correctly.
Google’s stepping-up its efforts to stop people from using “google” as a verb. They’ve posted a correct useage guide on the official Google blog, in an attempt to gently persuade people to not use Google incorrectly.
Cornell University and Kirtas Technologies, a maker of scanners and digitization software said Tuesday that they had signed deals with Microsoft to support its Windows Live Book Search Project. Microsofts answer to Google Book Search, announced in late 2004.