Monday, May 30, 2005

I shouldn't do this, but you know: Resistance is Futile

What Video Game Character Are You? I am a Space-invader.
I am a Space-invader.
I will happily recruit the help of friends to aid me in getting what I want. I have no tolerance for people getting in my way, and I am completely relentless until any threats or opposition are removed. I try to be down-to-earth, but something always seems to get in the way.
What Video Game Character Are You?

Thursday, May 26, 2005

Monoppix

If you're like me and you're too lazy (or too incompetent) to install and configure a Linux distro and the Mono implementation of the .NET Framework for Linux but still are curious to see how it works, look no further: Monoppix, or Mono + Knoppix.



Edited: I've learned there's yeat another live CD ready for using Mono. This one's based on Ubuntu: Mono-Live.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Developer Days: Visual Studio 2005

Been there. It's been fun.

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Contact grouping in GMail

Let's say we want to create a group containing three emails: a@a.com, b@b.com y c@c.com. You want the group to be called Buddies, for example.
What you need to do is create a new contact, just as if you were adding a new email adress to our GMail adresses list, and call it Buddies. In the textbox for the email, you have to insert the following character string:

a@a.com>,<b@b.com>,<c@c.com

As you can see, this means that each email adress you add to this contact is to be separated with a comma (b>,) from the next adress and between the lesser than (<) and the greater than (>) symbols, except the first and the last email adresses. The frist one doesn't need the < character at the beginning and the last adress doesn't need the > character at the end. This is so because GMail automatically adds this two characters to the string you enter as email.

Once you're finished, presto! you'll have a contact containing three (or as many as you want) email adresses. =)

The prettier-than-thou attitude by its owners, that zealot-like misticism, the unsufferable snob and designed stench of this piece of junk and its horde of fanatics, and the no-arguments-possible fact that there are better and cheaper alternatives in the market; make me join the movement:



I DISLIKE iPOD

Monday, May 09, 2005

Do you know sea navigation?

Better start learning, just in case.

Goddamn bunch of slaver motherfuckers.