Posts from year 2006

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How to manage todo-lists

How to manage todo-lists

Many of us have some sort of ToDo-lists that seem to mysteriously grow larger for every passing day. Adding a lot of fun things to a list is easy, but later on it may become a burden.

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The simplicity of RSS

The simplicity of RSS

During the last years, RSS feeds have become essential channels of information. Among other, I’ve been using the excellent web application Bloglines daily for several years now to keep track of my favorite news sources out there.

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Welcome to Hotel Barajas

Welcome to Hotel Barajas

During the weekend, we revisited Madrid to say hello to an old friend and have some tapas. That was the good part. The bad part turned out to be the flight home.

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Dark days at Wave-Gotik-Treffen

Dark days at Wave-Gotik-Treffen

As Whitsun arrives each year, tens of thousands of people dressed in black arrive to the the beautiful city of Leipzig. The annual Wave-Gotik-Treffen is one of the largest sub-culture events in the world.

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Manhattan elsewhere

Manhattan elsewhere

For all of you who share my love for both Manhattan and digital maps, I want direct your attention to Jason Kottke’s latest project called Manhattan Elsewhere.

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Noise at work

Noise at work

At many offices today there is a lot of background noise from various sources. At times it is essential to have a good pair of headphones to block it all away.

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Dynamic type creation in ASP.NET

Dynamic type creation in ASP.NET

ASP.NET web controls are usually littered in the markup in design time, but sometimes there is a need to dynamically add controls to an ASP.NET web page in runtime. Its quite easy to generate a server control from a string.

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Atlas demo with Europe map

Atlas demo with Europe map

I’ve been playing around a bit with the April CTP release of Atlas, Microsoft’s upcoming framework for Ajax applications. I’ve done a small live demonstration with ASP.NET 2.0 which show a basic map display with pinpointed locations.

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51 essential movies for movie buffs

51 essential movies for movie buffs

Jim Emerson recently compiled a list of 102 Movies You Must See. As always, these lists are very personal and by nature never written in an objective fashion. Since he had the guts to include Mad Max 2, I felt compelled to write my own list.

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The art of defeating procrastination

The art of defeating procrastination

Every now and then, there may be a time when you feel your brainpower is diverted towards lesser goals instead of focusing on the issues at hand. A time of procrastination.

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